It's going to be cold for the Bank Holiday weekend
Monday through to Thursday will be fine dry days with good sunny spells at times, breezy with a West to Northwest wind and day time temps around 13C to 15C, according to www.carlowweather.com.
Forecaster Alan O'Reilly said: "Nights will be cool but risk of frost is low.
"Much colder weather then will arrive Thursday night in strong Northerly wind with some wintry showers possible on hills, especially in northern areas.
"Friday and the Bank Holiday then looks cold with day time temps struggling to get above 7C and it will feel bitterly cold in a biting Northerly wind!
"Nights will get close to or below 0C, especially Sunday night which could see temps drop to -3C or even -4C."
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