Another night of freezing temperatures is in store, as the current cold snap grips the nation.
Met Eireann says temperatures could drop to as low as -6 degrees celcius in some parts of the country, with the coldest weather expected in Ulster .
This evening will stay cold with wintry showers, mainly in the south and east.
There will be some snow accumulations on lower levels as well.
Tomorrow should be brighter and drier, with good spells of sunshine, but there will be a few wintry showers along coastal areas.
The national forecaster is warning snow accumulations along with frost and ice could result in treacherous road conditions tonight and tomorrow morning.
Road users are being advised to take care, as a status yellow snow ice warning remains in place until Saturday.
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