Currently, we are not expecting any real severe weather today but we are not ruling out the possibility of an isolated thunderstorm.
Last night forecasters issued a Status Orange weather warning - valid until just after midnight.
Temperatures are expected to drop tonight to as low as -2C (28.4F) in some areas of the county and a dense fog is due in the morning.
After the fog dissipates, skies are expected to generally be clear.
It will be cool at first, but temperatures will rise steadily overnight - with values of 9º to 12º by dawn in light to moderate southerly breezes, according to Met Eireann.
It will be mainly dry tomorrow, Tuesday, but it is expected to be boring to start.
Temperatures elsewhere will remain mild, not falling below around 10°.
Wednesday should be sunny with highs near 65. Rain chances will increase as we go through the evening and will be likely overnight.
Some delays or cancellations of flights are also possible, the Met Office warned. A risk of fog will be most prevalent in the north of the country. Take your pick. No doubt we need to use the ensemble approach, which suggests the day will be cold and dry for much of the state, although there is potential for a tight thermal gradient somewhere over south Alabama.
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