The weather might have settled down over the last few days, but that doesn't mean we're out of the woods yet.
While daytime temperatures are set to remain in the teens over the next few days, a cold arctic airmass is set to move across Ireland from tomorrow - pushing night-time temperatures down in the process.
Carlow Weather's Alan O'Reilly shared details of this Arctic blast to Twitter on Wednesday morning, stating that light ground frost is possible in certain areas as cold northerly winds send temperatures plummeting to a chilly 3 or 4 degrees Celsius.
Much cooler air moving down from tomorrow and lows of 3c possible Thursday night and Friday night with a touch of light frost possible Friday night. pic.twitter.com/mzOm2wAJ24
— Carlow Weather (@CarlowWeather) September 14, 2022
According to Met Éireann, the cold spell will stick around until Sunday morning when clear night skies make way for more overcast conditions.
On a more positive note, our weather is set to remain dry for the foreseeable, with no rain forecast for the next seven days.