It’s certainly getting colder!
With only a week to go before we enter December, we can definitely notice temperatures are dropping.
And with that, the thought of snow crosses our minds, right?
Maybe you’d love it, maybe you’d hate it.
But either way, it looks likely some areas of the country could see a bit of snow this week!
After scouring the latest weather forecast for the week, we noticed the word “snow” appear more than once.
And if you’re living on a hill – lucky you, you’re in the best spot to make a snowman.
The first mention of snow comes on Friday – here’s what Met Éireann are forecasting:
“Windy and showery day with fresh to strong northwest winds and gales developing on coasts. Turning cold again; some showers will turn to sleet in the evening, with SNOW possible on higher ground.”
And it’s very similar again on Saturday:
“A largely dry and bright day with sunny spells. Scattered showers will feed into northern and western coastal areas through the day, with sleet or SNOW possible on higher ground.”
Any mention of snow disappears after that but temperatures are likely to remain low so you never know!