Motorists are being warned to take extreme caution when travelling on roads this morning due to black ice and snow showers in most parts of the country.
Met Eireann have extended the Snow-Ice Warning until 10am on Sunday 27 November.
According to Met Eireann, Tipperary recorded one of the lowest temperature readings overnight with Gurteen (Tipperary) recording -1.0°C, Athenry -0.9°C and Phoenix Park -0.2°C.
Beautiful but cold morning here at HQ. Currently 0.5°C in Dublin— Met Éireann (@MetEireann) November 25, 2017
Last night was not as cold Thursday night.
Some of last night's min temps:
Gurteen (Tipperary) -1.0°C
Phoenix Park -0.2°C
Oak Park (Carlow) -0.2°C
Johnstown castle (Wexford) -0.2°C
Cork Airport 0.6°C pic.twitter.com/vtYQFE0Ln1
Highest temperatures today are expected to be between 4°C and 7°C.
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