'Lower Than Normal' Temperatures Could See Snowfall Today - Met Éireann

Parts of Munster and Leinster could see snowfall today, Met Éireann has warned.

The forecaster has said that rain is expected to turn to sleet and snow as temperatures fall to "lower than normal".

A status yellow warning for rainfall has also been issued for counties Carlow, Kildare, Kilkenny, Laois, Wicklow, Offaly and Tipperary.

A spell of heavy rain is likely to lead to some spot flooding and will turn to sleet and snow in places later today.

The warning is in place from 2pm today until 2am tomorrow.

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