MET Eireann have issued a Standing Yellow rain warning for seven counties tomorrow with a threat of spot flooding.
The climate alert shall be legitimate from 2am to 11am on Sunday morning, as rain is about to batter some areas.
Met Eireann’s rain warning was issued right now for Carlow, Kilkenny, Wexford, Wicklow, Cork, Tipperary and Waterford.
They mentioned: “Some intense falls of rain possible with the chance of spot flooding, particularly on excessive floor.”
In the meantime, tonight will see clear spells with some scattered showers beginning within the night.
However cloud will enhance early tonight, with showery outbreaks of rain extending from the west.
They are going to develop into persistent and widespread by morning, particularly in southern components with the chance of heavy thundery downpours and spot flooding.
Lowest temperatures are set to vary from 4C to 8C in largely mild to average variable winds overland.
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And Sunday will begin moist in most components, with the chance of spot flooding within the morning in components of the south and east the place the rain could also be thundery.
Met Eireann mentioned: “The rain will ease off by way of the afternoon as brighter spells and showers observe into the west and southwest.
“Nonetheless, cloud and outbreaks of rain will linger in components of the north and east, and a few sleet might fall over larger components of Ulster within the night.”
Highs of 5C to 9C are predicted, with cooler temperatures at instances within the afternoon, as winds develop into northwesterly and enhance average to recent and gusty.
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