Danger of spot flooding due to thundery downpours, say Met Eireann

Danger of spot flooding due to thundery downpours, say Met Eireann
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A Status Yellow rain advisory has been issued for the whole country.

Met Eireann have said there is a risk of heavy thundery downpours which may lead to spot flooding, especially for Munster and Leinster.

The warning remains in place until 10pm tonight.

The forecaster said that today's top temperatures will be between 18C and 22C.

It follows their two Status Yellow rainfall warnings yesterday which covered Cork, Waterford, and Leinster

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