Is it summer yet…?
If you’ve plans to go driving early any mornings this weekend, or if you’ll be out late, you’ll want to be prepared.
We’ve done that for you, and checked out Met Éireann‘s forecast for the next couple days.
And it looks like we’re in for a cold few nights.
Here’s the full breakdown of the weekend weather, according to met.ie.
Cold, dry and clear tonight with widespread frost and icy patches forming as temperatures fall back to between minus 3 and zero degrees.
After a cold and frosty start, it’ll be a dry day, with afternoon temperatures ranging between 7 and 10 degrees.
Saturday night will be mostly dry and cold, with just the chance of an isolated shower along eastern and southeastern coasts.
Lowest temperatures of minus 3 to minus 1, coldest in the west of the country with frost and ice forming again in near calm conditions.
A bit cloudy but will stay mainly dry with light, isolated showers in the east.
Afternoon temperatures of 7 to 10 degrees in moderate east or southeast winds.
Sunday night, there’ll be clear spells and isolated light showers.
Lowest temperatures of zero to minus 2 degrees with a moderate southeast breeze.