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Cork could be affected by flooding in the coming week according to a nationwide advisory note issued by Met Éireann.
The advisory, which will remain in effect from 5am this morning until 9.55p on Wednesday, reads: “This week across Ireland from Monday night onwards, spells of rain, which will be heavy at times, coupled with already saturated soils, may lead to localised flooding.”
While the rain will be heavy, temperatures will remain mild throughout, hovering around the 10 degree mark. There is a chance temperatures could drop to zero on Tuesday night, however.
There will be some dry moments, such as early afternoon on Wednesday, but ultimately the clouds are expected to be a persistent force throughout the week.
Even though the advisory note only covers between now and Wednesday, the weather is not expected to improve all that much on Thursday. The latest regional forecast for Munster reads: “Thursday will be cloudy, wet and breezy. A band of rain will move northwards over the country and will be heavy at times giving a risk of localised flooding. The rain will be accompanied by fresh to strong southerly winds.”