Pedestrians were advised to pay attention to “dangerous driving conditions and local flooding” this morning as a yellow wind and rain warning remained in place for 10 counties.
His alerts are active for Clare, Cork, Kerry, Limerick, Waterford, Donegal, Galway, Leitrim, Mayo, Sligo counties until 3pm today.
The Met Éireann said: “Strong to almost gusty winds and south-easterly winds on Tuesday morning and afternoon. These winds will be accompanied by heavy downpours with showers throughout the afternoon, with ‘dangerous driving conditions and possible local flooding.’
Meanwhile, another yellow warning for wind and rain has been issued for the country from 10pm tonight until 3pm on Wednesday.
“Heavy rainfall on Tuesday and Wednesday nights, which could turn to winter in places, will be accompanied by approaching gusts and gusts. This will lead to dangerous driving conditions and local flooding.”
The Met Éireann said it will be wet and windy today, with showers of rain from the southwest continuing through the morning with some downpours leading to localized flooding. The rain will be clear, with the possibility of thunderstorms and hail, the highest temperature is common from 7 to 10 degrees.
Tonight it will be drier for a while, however, strong winds and heavy rain, turning to winter in parts, will move across the country; finally to the east. It is chilly with the lowest temperature from 0 to 3 degrees.
The Met Éireann said tomorrow will start to be very wet and windy, with widespread heavy rain and local flooding accompanied by gusts and strong winds. Some sleet and snowfall is also possible. However, a bright area will develop west and southwest in the afternoon with sunny spells developing and peak temperatures ranging from 2 to 6 degrees.
Wednesday night will be quite dry and clear as winter finally falls in the Irish Sea. It is chilly with the lowest temperature from -5 to -1 degrees. Strong or severe frost will also occur with some frostbite.
The Met Éireann said Thursday is likely to be one of the drier and brighter days this week. Most areas will be dry with spells of sunshine, but cooler winds from the south will develop later and peak temperatures are 7 to 9 or 10 degrees.
Showers of rain and drizzle will move up from the southwest on Thursday night. Some frost is possible before this time, especially in the north and east. The lowest temperature is between 2 and 5 degrees.
The Met Éireann said the overnight rain would finally dissipate from the east early Friday morning leaving behind a day of sunshine and showers. Showers will be heavy or thunderous, with possible hail and highs of 9 to 12 degrees.
Meanwhile, the weekend will continue to be unstable with rains and showers, however, some prolonged dry spells are also forecast. The highest temperature, usually between 8 and 10 degrees, has been forecast.
https://www.independent.ie/news/met-eireann-warns-of-hazardous-driving-conditions-and-localised-flooding-as-weather-warnings-in-place-for-10-counties-41422276.html Met Éireann warns of hazardous driving conditions and localized flooding as weather warnings for 10 counties