TODAY is about to be depressing with rain clouds protecting the nation.
A standing yellow rain warning is presently in place for seven counties amid a threat of spot flooding.
The climate alert is in place till 11am this morning – however the rain is about to stay round throughout the day.
Carlow, Kilkenny, Wexford, Wicklow, Cork, Tipperary and Waterford are the seven counties presently on alert.
Met Eireann mentioned: “Some intense falls of rain doubtless with the chance of spot flooding, particularly on excessive floor.”
And Sunday will begin moist in most components, with the chance of localised flooding within the morning in components of the south and east the place the rain could also be thundery.
Met Eireann mentioned: A cloudy and damp day with outbreaks of rain, heavy at occasions bringing a chance of localised flooding.
“Drier and considerably clearer climate will steadily prolong from the west this afternoon earlier than additional outbreaks of rain feeds in from the northwest later.
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“Highest temperatures of seven to 10C with a brisk northwest breeze creating.
“Outbreaks of rain will proceed to have an effect on Ulster and Leinster at occasions in a single day however it is going to flip considerably drier throughout Connacht and Munster with clear spells and scattered showers.
“Clearer and colder situations will prolong to a lot of the nation by daybreak on Monday. Minimal temperatures of 1 to 4C with a contact of frost doable.”
The week forward has been described as “unsettled” with moist and windy situations most days.
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