Warm and wet; that’s the outlook.
Issued last night, a Status Yellow – Rain warning for Cork, Kerry and Waterford announced that “a spell of heavy rain, followed by showers may lead to localised flooding.”
The warning is valid until 3pm today, Tuesday, July 18th.
According to Met Éireann, spells of heavy rain over Munster will continue through the late morning and afternoon, gradually clearing eastwards with brighter weather and showers following and eventually becoming isolated towards the end of the day.
Highest temperatures will range from 18 to 20 degrees.
Spells of rain in most areas this morning, heavy in places, especially in the south with some spot flooding☔️🌧️
Through the late morning and afternoon, rain will gradually clear eastwards with brighter weather and showers following, some heavy. 🌦️
Highs of 17 to 20C pic.twitter.com/Onf46xkY6w
— Met Éireann (@MetEireann) July 18, 2023
“Wednesday will be a bright day with sunny spells and scattered showers. Highest temperatures of 17 to 19 degrees with light to moderate northwest winds,” they added.
The changeable weather looks set to continue into the weekend, but there is some sunshine on the horizon:
“Early next week will have a fair amount of dry weather and some showers with temperatures in the mid to high teens and mostly light or moderate breezes.” said a forecaster.