Met Éireann has issued a series of warnings for snow and ice over the next 48 hours as an Arctic blast continues to hit Ireland.

The biggest impact is likely to be felt tomorrow as a heavy spell of sleet and snow will move over the country, with some accumulations expected.

A status Yellow Snow-Ice warning will come into effect from 3am tomorrow until 11pm tomorrow night.

An additional Status Yellow low temperature ice warning will come into play tomorrow night and last until 10am on Friday.

Liz Nolan from Met Eireann says tomorrow will see the worst of the conditions across the west.

She has been giving more details to Midwest Radio's Michael D. McAndrew.


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