The Irish Meteorological Service has today (Friday, November 10th) announced a status yellow rain warning for seven counties coming into the weekend.
Met Éireann have issued the warnings for counties, Offaly, Tipperary, Limerick, Kerry, Clare, Galway and Mayo.
Offaly, Limerick and Tipperary are set to see rainfall of 30 – 40mm on Friday and Saturday, while Galway, Mayo, Clare and Kerry have been issued a warning for 40 – 50mm, as rainfall is typically higher on hills and mountains.
RAINFALL WARNING ISSUED
Status Yellow warning issued for Offaly, Limerick & Tipperary for 30 to 40mm from Fri 6pm to Sat 6pm
Also Status Yellow warning issued for Galway, Mayo, Clare & Kerry for 40 to 50mm from Fri 6pm to Sat 6pmhttps://t.co/LIC2EnKayX pic.twitter.com/prrCF7nL7q
— Met Éireann (@MetEireann) November 10, 2017
The warning is deemed active from Friday, November 10th until Saturday, November 11th at 6pm.
Flash flooding is expected, so make sure and be careful when out and about.
So there you have it – we’re going to get drenched over the weekend – the usual.
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