Heavy showers will continue for a time overnight tonight (Sunday), especially in the west and northwest, where some may be prolonged at first, but showers will tend to die away later in the night and most places will be dry. The warning has been put in place from today until Tuesday at 9am. It will become wet and windy through Munster, Connacht and parts of west Ulster during the afternoon and all areas in the evening.
After the stormy weather, Met Éireann is forecasting a big improvement.
Lowest temperatures will be from 5 to 8 degrees with mostly moderate south to southwest winds but fresh to strong and gusty along southern and Atlantic coasts. Highest temperatures of 11 to 13 degrees Celsius.
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Monday night will be wet and windy with heavy rain in many areas and a risk of localised flooding. The rain will clear northwards before morning and breaks will develop in the cloud. Few of the showers may be heavy. "Highest temperatures of 13 to 16 degrees".
Cloudy and breezy this morning with scattered outbreaks of rain.
According to Met Eireann, Wednesday will be warm and mainly dry with sunny spells, the best of these in the east.
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On Thursday, that pleasant weather will begin to spread to the rest of Ireland and although there will be a risk of showers in coastal areas in the west, conditions are again forecast to be warm and mainly dry, with temperatures reaching highs of 18 degrees.
The midlands will get the best of the weather next weekend, with daytime temperatures hitting highs of 17 degrees.
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