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20 Jan 2022

Roads to be gritted in Donegal with temperatures set to drop below freezing

Met Éireann says there will be lowest temperatures of -1 to +3 degrees

Local TD calls for more roads in Louth to be included in gritting programme

Donegal County Council says designated routes will be gritted from 8pm

Roads in Donegal are to be gritted on Monday night with temperatures set to drop below freezing.

Met Éireann says there will be lowest temperatures of -1 to +3 degrees with a patchy frost. It will be mostly dry with any rain clearing away early in the night.

READ MORE: IRELAND WEATHER: Met Éireann forecasting more settled weather for Ireland for the coming days with high pressure set to move in

Donegal County Council says designated routes will be gritted from 8pm. The routes to be gritted are: National Primary North,  National Primary Central, National Primary South, Inishowen South, Inishowen East, Inishowen West, Milford South, Milford North, Cill Ulta East, Binswilly, Stranorlar North, Stranorlar East, Stranorlar West, Donegal West, Donegal North, Donegal South, Donegal National Secondary, Letterkenny Town and Buncrana Town Council.

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