It’s a work-from-home morning, if you can swing it.
With a Status Yellow Wind warning in place for Cork, Kerry, Waterford and Wexford, Met Éireann says we can expect the worst of today’s wind and rain between 5am and 11am this morning.
The national forecaster is predicting “very strong and gusty south to southwest winds with the potential for wave overtopping.”
Even after the warning ends, it will remain very blustery today with fresh to strong southerly winds, particularly along southern coasts.
Status Yellow – Wind warning for Cork, Kerry, Waterford, Wexford
Met Éireann Weather Warning
Very strong and gusty south to southwest winds with the potential for wave overtopping.
Valid: 05:00 Thursday 24/11/2022 to 11:00 Thursday 24/11/2022
Issued: 10:52 Wednesday 23/11/2022 pic.twitter.com/UlPeGn9dov
— Met Éireann (@MetEireann) November 23, 2022
“The morning will start off largely cloudy with outbreaks of rain.” said a forecaster.
“By midday however, the rain will clear eastwards, leaving scattered showers and occasional bright spells. Some of the showers may produce thunder and hail. Highest temperatures of 9 to 12 degrees.”
There will be clear spells and occasional showers tonight with a further chance of hail and thunder, with lowest temperatures generally ranging from 2 to 7 degrees.