Gritting lorry salting the roads
IT will be a cold and frosty start across Northern Ireland on Sunday and will remain cold and bright, with spells of sunshine.
But motorists are advised to take extra care on the roads with possible black ice in parts.
Pedestrians should also take care on frost covered footpaths following last night’s snow followed by freezing temparatures.
The Met Office say any wintry showers over the Antrim hills and north coast soon dying away then dry.
But some frost and fog or freezing fog patches could linger through the day. Maximum Temperature 3C.
It will be a dry and cold night on Sunday, with clear periods and a frost.
Freezing fog becoming quite widespread.
Winds will be light and variable and freshening a little over northern coasts later.
Overnight minimum temperature will be -2 C.
Monday will be dry and bright after frosty start, then some sunshine, but freezing fog slow to lift and clear in morning.
Southwesterly winds becoming somewhat fresher through the afternoon and cloudier later.
Maximum Temperature 5C.