Up to 40 millimetres of rain will fall in parts of Ireland over the next 24 hours.
Weather forecasters are warning of more flooding in parts of Ireland over the coming hours.
There is a Status Yellow rainfall warning in place until early tomorrow morning for all of Connacht as well as Longford, Donegal, Clare and Kerry.
Wet and rather windy today with widespread rain, heavy at times in west Munster, Connacht and west Ulster, with a risk of flooding. Some occasional drier spells too, with the best of these across the east and southeast. Feeling somewhat milder than recent days though, 9 or 10C. pic.twitter.com/QsOLpsz9Pk
— Met Éireann (@MetEireann) February 19, 2020
The warning came into effect at 4am this morning and will remain in place until 4am on Thursday morning.
It follows two storms over the past ten days, which also brought torrential rain, and lots of land is still saturated.