It’s pretty miserable out there.
And it’s probably best to avoid venturing out of the house if you can help it in the coming 24 hours; we’re in for a soggy couple of days.
A Status Yellow – Wind & Rain warning remains in place for Munster, kicking in at 6pm tonight until midnight.
Forecasters predict it will become “very windy on Wednesday evening and night with heavy rain. Possible spot flooding. Strong westerly winds with gusts of 90 to 110 km/h.”
Tomorrow, Thursday, will be dull and damp at first, with locally wet conditions.
Windy with scattered showers, some heavy and more persistent with isolated thunderstorms & hail at times🌬️⛈️
Later, rain will extend from the southwest to all areas🌧️
Highest temperatures of 5 to 9°, in strong and gusty westerly winds🌡️🍃🌬️ pic.twitter.com/8PdGqiB9X4
— Met Éireann (@MetEireann) January 11, 2023
“While sunny spells will develop, some passing blustery showers will track west to east too, some turning to hail later, and becoming very windy as strong to very strong westerly winds develop.” said a forecaster.
Highest temperatures will stay between 9 and 12 degrees.
As it stands, the weekend is looking windy and cold with a wind chill factor, spells of rain and wintry showers.