It couldn’t possibly rain any more than it did last night, right?
Met Éireann is predicting deluge after deluge in its Hump Day forecast, kicking off with widespread showers across Munster today.
Many will be heavy with localised thundery downpours possibly leading to spot flooding, while temperatures will remain warm hovering between 17 to 20 degrees.
Wednesday night will bring further showers and longer spells of rain after dark as temperatures dip to 13 or 14 degrees.
“Tomorrow, Thursday, there’ll be sunny spells with showers, some heavy with a possibility of thunder.” said a forecaster.
“Showers will become isolated later in the day.”
Showers will be widespread across the country today🌦️
Many will be heavy with localised thundery downpours possibly leading to spot flooding⛈️💧
— Met Éireann (@MetEireann) September 7, 2022
While hurricane activity in the North Atlantic is causing some uncertainty on the outlook, it is looking a little drier for the weekend.
On Friday showers will be less intense and become less frequent through the day with highest temperatures of 21 degrees.
“At the moment Saturday looks like being mainly dry with good sunny spells. Highest temperatures of 20 or 21 degrees with light variable breezes.” added the forecaster.