Temperatures could drop as low as -4 degrees overnight as a nationwide warning for low temperatures comes into effect on Monday evening.
Met Éireann has issued a status yellow ice warning for Ireland from 6 pm on Monday until 10 am on Tuesday.
The forecaster says temperatures will drop to 0 to -4 degrees tonight with clear spells giving way to a widespread sharp frost.
The freezing conditions will lead to hazardous driving conditions with icy stretches on roads and paths.
A few wintry showers will also develop on north-facing coasts.
Status Yellow - Ice warning for Ireland ⚠️
Hazardous conditions due to freezing temperatures including icy stretches on roads and paths. 🚶♂️🚗🚴
Valid: 18:00 Monday 06/03/2023 to 10:00 Tuesday 07/03/2023
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— Met Éireann (@MetEireann) March 5, 2023