Met Eireann's two weather warnings for Donegal have passed.

The national forecaster believes the snow has passed, but is predicting that cold conditions will persist for the coming days and will fall to subzero tonight.

Snow is thawing today and warnings have been issued to motorists to beware tricky driving conditions due to the thawing snow causing slush on the roads amid a clean-up operation.

The clean-up operation is underway in Letterkenny.

Image provided by Donegal Now reader Shirley Quigley of the Quigley's Point area during the snow in mid-February, 2018.

Met Eireann stated in its regional forecast: "Cold today with further wintry showers but some sunshine as well. Later today it will become mainly dry. Highest temperatures of 3 degrees Celsius to 5 degrees Celsius.

"Moderate to fresh northwest winds will gradually back southwest during the afternoon.

"Tonight will start mainly dry. However, rain will develop overnight together with strong southerly winds which will reach gale force along the coast.

"The rain will be preceded by snow on hills. Lowest temperatures of -1C to +1C early in the night and slowly rising to 3C or 4C by dawn.

"Tomorrow, rain will clear in the morning and will be followed by sunshine and showers. Highest temperatures of 6C to 8C. Winds will become moderate to fresh southwest with the clearance."

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