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13 January 2018, 05:36 | Henrietta Morgan
Flooding in Mountmellick last November
A warning - which was issued this morning - has been valid since 11:00am and will remain in place until 11:00am tomorrow (Saturday, January 13).
The forecaster has issued a yellow status rainfall warning for Munster, Galway, Mayo and Sligo for later this Friday.
Heavy rainfall with flooding in places is hitting Ireland now, and spreading across the country as the day goes on.
"Spot flooding is likely".
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Windy with heavy persistent rain that will move eastwards this evening with the risk of spot flooding. It'll be mainly dry with temperatures ranging between 6 to 8 degrees.
"It will still be rather windy in fresh and gusty southeast winds".
There will be frost in parts too and lowest temperatures will range between -1°C to + 3°C, coldest and probably clearest in the west and southwest.
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Wet again with persistent outbreaks of rain for most of the day with local spot flooding. Munster and Connacht will be drier and brighter.
Sunday is forecast to be a mostly dry day, but Met Éireann says active weather systems will begin to encroach from the north-Atlantic by the evening and heavy rain will extend across the country after dark.
Highest temperatures ahead of that will range between 7°C and 11°C, coolest across the eastern half of Ireland.
The Irish weather authority warned showers will turn wintry on Tuesday with 'falls of sleet and snow increasingly more likely'.
"The focus of the wintry showers will be across the north and west with some accumulations likely - but all areas will be at risk with some thunder occurring locally too". Feeling even colder with an added wind chill effect.
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