Ireland Rainfall warning issued for parts of Ireland today but there's good news for the weekend

12:25  13 september  2017
12:25  13 september  2017 Source:   Independent.ie

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This is not good news Met Éireann has issued a status yellow rain warning across 14 counties for tomorrow (Saturday) afternoon into Sunday morning. While Laois is not included - music fans travelling to Electric Picnic can probably expect some rainfall over the weekend .

A status yellow weather warning has been issued by Met Eireann for parts of the country this weekend , with heavy rain expected tomorrow, Saturday. The warning was issued earlier this morning. It is scheduled to come into effect at 3:00pm tomorrow, September 2

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A rainfall warning has been issued for four counties on Wednesday but there are dry and sunny conditions in store for us this weekend.

A Met Éireann spokesperson said Storm Aileen zipped through Ireland on Tuesday but it was Britain who felt most of the brunt of the short-lived storm.

She prompted Met Éireann to issue two status yellow weather warnings last night for Munster, as well as counties Dublin, Carlow, Kilkenny, Wexford, Wicklow and Galway.

The first-named storm of the year brought much of her severe winds to the south coast of Ireland with wind speeds of 50 knots / per hour recorded at Kinsale.

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There is rain in many parts of the country this morning. Met Éireann says today will be cool with some sunny spells and scattered Submit. Feedback on “ Rainfall warning issued for south of country ”. News images provided by Press Association and Photocall Ireland unless otherwise stated.

Met Éireann have issued a status yellow rain warning for parts of Ireland for the whole of Tuesday. The rainfall warning is issued for the whole of Connacht and three counties in Ireland : Cavan For the rest of the country, there will be a humid start to the day with extensive mist and fog.

Met Éireann said Ireland won't feel any affects from Aileen today as she makes her way north through Holland, Germany and Denmark.

Blustery and showery conditions are expected for much of the country today with a rainfall warning in place for Donegal, Leitrim, Mayo and Sligo.

The warning went into effect at 2pm yesterday and will last until 2pm today.

Lowest temperatures of between six and nine degrees are predicted on Wednesday night.

Thursday will start off feeling much cooler with ground frost expected in the morning. Widespread showers are expected by the afternoon with fresh northwest breezes.

Met Éireann said "the weekend is set to be mainly dry and sunny".

It will feel "rather autumnal" on Friday and Saturday with highs between 12 and 15 degrees.

Sunday will be the the driest and warmest day with highs between 15 and 17 degrees.

The dry weather is expected to continue into Monday.

Met Eireann issue status yellow rainfall warning for half of the country .
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