Gusts of up to 100km/hr and up to 30mm of rain are forecast in parts of Ireland in the coming days as Storm Dennis batters parts of the country.
A Status Yellow rainfall warning has been issued for five counties.
Heavy rain is being forecast for the entire country tonight.
A Status Yellow rainfall warning is in place for Connacht, Donegal, Clare, Limerick and Kerry.
Met Éireann says heavy, thundery downpours in short spaces of time will lead to localised spot flooding.
The warning came into effect at 7am and will be in place until 6am tomorrow.
Anyone hoping for sunshine on the Bank Holiday weekend will be disappointed as there is plenty of rain predicted by Met Éireann.
There is a status yellow rainfall warning currently in place for five counties.
There will be a real feel of summer this week as the mercury begins to climb, according to Met Éireann.
Tonight, there will be showers of rain, hail and sleet as well as some of snow especially in parts of Ulster, Connacht and Munster but with limited accumulations.
Met Eireann has issued two weather warnings for the weekend.
Parts of the country are still being hit by power outages this evening.
It looks like there is no end in sight to the miserable weather, with wind and rain set to put a dampener on the festive spirit this weekend.
The warning is valid from 3pm tomorrow until noon on Wednesday.
A Status Yellow rainfall warning issued by Met Éireann is currently in place for tow counties.
A small craft warning is also in place with east to northeast winds set to increase to force 6 or higher today on all Irish coasts.
Two Status Yellow wind and rain warnings are coming into effect for most parts of the country later this morning.
Buckle down the trampoline!
Pack the brolly!
Don't pack the sun cream away just yet.
Dublin Fire Brigade is warning drivers to take care on the roads as the rain returns.
It couldn't really be called a deluge but a few drops of rain fell in Cork and everyone went a bit crazy.
All the sunshine was good while it lasted!
Met Éireann has issued a nationwide warning for thunder.
Met Éireann has issued a status yellow rainfall warning for the entire country tomorrow.
Met Éireann has issued a warning for heavy rainfall across 11 counties.
A man has died after being washed into a harbour as strong winds and heavy rain battered parts of Britain, emergency services have said.
Up to 2.6in of rain in Munster over the past nine days plunged thousands of extra farmers deeper into fodder crisis.
Met Eireann is warning of some localised spot flooding in parts of the country this morning.
Two separate weather warnings are coming into force this morning with strong winds and heavy rain.
The Road Safety Authority (RSA) are urging drivers to exercise caution on the roads as a Status Yellow rainfall warning takes effect from 6pm this evening.
It is true about the Irish, we are obsessed with the weather, rain hail or shine.
Motorists are being warned to look out for surface water on roads tonight, particularly in the east of the country.
A weather alert for wet and windy weather comes into force from 5pm this evening.
Temperatures will drop to 0 degrees tonight, ushering in a cold start to the winter.
Concerns have been raised about the Jack Lynch Tunnel drainage system after a lane closure during heavy rain in Cork City yesterday.
Despite the rain, tens of thousands of people made the trip to Screggan for day two of the event.
Parts of the country are without power after last night's thunder storms.
Sunglasses or umbrellas?
Just a few days to go.
Another day of blue, cloudless, sunny skies as the good weather continues into the week, but make the most of it while you can, as it is not meant to last much longer.
A national status yellow weather warning has been put in place by Met Eireann and snow is expected early next week.
Further heavy rain is forecast for California after a huge Pacific storm left three people dead, and forced hundreds to leave their homes.
You're gonna need that jacket.
Have your best coat close to hand.
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