How much longer will it go on?

Met Eireann has again extended its ice and snow warning for Donegal.

Forecasters have now been warning of snowfall across the county since last Saturday.

The first heavy snowfall occurred late on Saturday and early in Sunday morning, continued heavily on Sunday night and persisted until Monday afternoon.

The State forecaster has now warned that the snow will continue to fall until at least tomorrow at 10am.

Donegal County Council has revealed that "all routes" will be gritted from 5pm today.

It warns: "Assume that no road is ice-free."

Two official weather warnings have been issued to cover the period.

There is a Status Yellow warning for snow-ice and a second Status Yellow warning for wintry conditions.

Met Eireann stated: "A yellow snow-ice warning for Ireland: air temperatures will fall to freezing or below later tonight and early tomorrow morning, with widespread frost and ice on untreated surfaces.

"Scattered wintry showers also, these mainly in west Ulster, Connacht and west Munster.

"Valid on February 13 from 3am to 10am.

"A yellow weather advisory for Ireland: a spell of wet and windy weather, with thundery downpours, will sweep eastwards over the country during Monday evening and night.

"Gusts between 90 and 110km/h will occur in Atlantic, southern and later eastern coastal fringes for a time. Some accumulations of snow are possible during the period also.

"Valid on February 12 from 6pm until February 13 at 6am."

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