Met Éireann issue weather warning for SEVEN counties10th Nov 17 | News
Met Éireann have issued a yellow rain warning for seven counties ahead of the weekend.
The warning covers Galway, Mayo, Clare, Kerry, Offaly, Limerick and Tipperary with all seven expected to receive high levels of rainfall.
The yellow alert was issued this morning and is valid until 6pm tomorrow.
The Irish forecaster said:
“Mainly dry this morning, with bright or sunny spells apart from a few scattered showers in the north and isolated elsewhere.
Cloudy conditions, with outbreaks of rain and drizzle, will extend gradually from the Atlantic during the afternoon and evening, turning heavy in many areas later this evening and early tonight, especially in parts of the west.
Maximum temperatures 9 to 12C, in mostly moderate westerly breezes, fresh at times in coastal areas.
Tonight will be cloudy and wet, with widespread rain, heavy in many areas, with a risk of localised flooding. Hill and coastal fog also.
Clearer conditions will move down across northern areas and it will turn cold here, with temperatures of 2 to 5C, with some grass frost and fog.
Milder elsewhere, with values of 6 to 12 Celsius. Winds mostly light to moderate westerly overnight, but fresh or strong along western and southern coasts.
Tomorrow, Saturday, will be cloudy and wet in Munster, south Leinster and in many parts of Connacht, with further rain, heavy in places. Hill and coastal fog will persist here also.
Brighter and mainly dry elsewhere, with just a few isolated showers in northern coastal areas.
Max 9 to 13C, coldest in the north. Winds mostly light northwesterly or variable, but fresh westerly winds along Munster coasts.”