Early morning at Lareen Lake, The Knather, Ballyshannon. Picture: Michael Daly
After a bitterly cold night there is a frosty start this morning, beautiful sunshine, but on the roads watch out for icy patches and if you're heading out for a walk take care too on roads or footpaths.
The patchy fog will clear quickly. Much of the day will be dry with sunny spells and light winds. Highest temperatures 6 to 8 degrees. Cloud increasing with rain before nightfall.
Rain will recur early tonight as south winds freshen. A clearance to passing showers overnight. Showers heavy towards morning with risk of hail. Becoming cold. Minimum temperatures 1 to 3 degrees. Slight frost returning inland. Winds veering west and becoming blustery.
Monday is looking blustery with sunny spells and showers.
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