On the whole, the Met Office is reporting wintry weather conditions ahead of this weekend. Temperatures are set to be as cold as 6C but will feel even colder, due to gusts of wind.
This means fans will need to wrap up warm throughout the weekend.
Visibility is predicted to be very good throughout all matches.
Ireland v Italy – Aviva Stadium 14:15
This Saturday, Ireland are set to play Italy at the Aviva Stadium at Dublin, in Ireland beginning at 14:15 local time.
The Met Office reports that between 12:00-14:00 there is a 40 per cent chance of light rain showers.
Temperatures will be between 7-8C, however it will feel even colder at between 3-5C.
Fans can also expect a south-westerly wind which will blow between 17-18 mph, before the sun sets at 17:25 local time.
This year, Ireland’s team will be playing three home fixtures at the Aviva Stadium against Italy, Wales and Scotland. The stadium can hold up to 51,700 fans.
Planning your journey? The easiest way to reach the stadium is to arrive by rail.
From Dublin city centre, take a direct DART train southbound from Pearse Station, Tara St or Connolly Station.
You can also arrive by using the 4 and 7 from O’Connell Street and O’Connell Bridge in the city centre.
England v Wales – Twickenham 16:45
Later on Saturday 10, England will be playing Wales at 82,000-seat Twickenham commencing at 16:45 local time.
The temperature again will be cold, dipping one degree down to 6C at around 18:00. However, temperatures are expected to feel even colder at between 2-4C.
There is some cloud expected, however visibility will be very good. The sun is expected to set at 17:07.
England have two home fixtures at Twickenham in this year’s tournament, playing neighbours Wales and Ireland.
Planning your journey? The nearest train station to the stadium is Twickenham, which is only a short walk from the stadium.
To get there, turn bought of the station and walk down Whitton Road.
Regular trains run to Twickenham from London Waterloo, Clapham Junction, Reading, Ascots and Windsor and Eton Riverside.
On match days, there is also an RFU shuttle bus service which goes between Richmond Station and the stadium. Another shuttle serves Hounslow East. The shuttle service is free.
Scotland v France – BT Murrayfield 15:00
The weekend will finish off with Sunday’s match Scotland v France at BT Murrayfield at Edinburgh in Scotland.
The stadium has been the home of Scottish International Rugby Union since it opened in 1925.
The match begins at 15:00 local time with cloudy conditions expected by the Met Office.
A west-southwest wind of 16mph is also being reported.
Fans will need to wrap up warm as temperatures are expected to be bitter. The Met Office is predicting 3C at starting time, however it may feel as cold as -2C.
Very good visibility conditions are also expected.
The BT Murrayfield Stadium, which has a capacity of up to 67,1444 people, is hosting two home fixtures this year, with Scotland playing France and England.
Planning your journey? The closest stations are either Edinburgh’s Waverley Station or Haymarket. After take a short walk or bus, tram or taxi to the stadium.
A number of bus services pass close to the BT Murrayfield Stadium including Lothian Buses 1, 2, 22, 30 at Westfield Road, 3, 25, 33, 38 at Gorgie Road and 12, 26, 31 at Corstorphine Road.