New thread folks for the developing situation.
Cold Front (Midnight)
Situation at the moment is that a cold front is currently moving south through Scotland and is visible off the North coast of Ireland.
It will track south over the coming hours and should reach the Northern NI by midnight, it will then track south reaching a line from Dublin to Galway by 3am.
The precipitation will possibly fall as rain/sleet in the northwest and west at first before the cold air digs in behind the developing cold front.
Further east the precip should stay as Snow with some decent fall across the Midlands, Leinster and East Munster.
This front will clear the south coast by 9am.
Accumulations of of between 3-10cm will occur during the passage of this front with highest accumulations in Leinster and the Midlands.
Polar Low/ Comma Feature (Tuesday 0600)
Heavy snow showers will feed into the north and northwest after the front clears with accumulations of snow here. Then a small low that will have travelled down the west coast of Scotland will approach the North coast of Ireland by 6am, its exact track southwards is still at this time unclear.
It is likely at this moment to track down the centre of the country giving fresh falls of snow with >5cm and upto 15cm's in places.
Irish Sea Showers (Tuesday 1500)
As this feature clears winds will veer Northeasterly and a convergence zone will set up along the Irish sea with a band of snow showers forming, these showers will push onto the eastern coast from Dublin southwards from around 3/6pm with big accumulations in places as the showers are likely to be very heavy at times.
Temperatures during Tuesday will range from -1c to 2c in a strong Northeasterly wind, feeling extremely cold.
Will Discuss beyond tomorrow at another time, alot going on!
City Specific Snow Accumulations estimates during Tuesday.
Dublin Airport: 8cm