Later this evening and overnight rain will develop initially along the southwest coast before gradually spreading countrywide with some heavy falls of rain likely. The heaviest falls will be along southwestern and southern Atlantic coastal counties with rainfall totals of between 20-30 mm likely, possibly higher on some mountainous areas.
Some showery conditions are likely to follow then on Wednesday, Thursday and Friday, with all areas seeing some heavy and indeed possibly thundery showers. There will also be some pleasant sunny spells also. Temperatures will also fall back a little with values ranging between 13-16 degrees Celsius.
Our weekend weather will be very unsettled with a deep and complex area of low pressure located to our southeast feeding in various bands of rain or showers at times, accompanied by the risk of some strong winds also. What’s particularly concerning is the combination of low pressure, strong winds and high spring tides.
There is a particular risk of coastal flooding in the greater Dublin area, with an unusual combination of high tides, the risk of some strong onshore winds, and elevated river levels due to heavy precipitation in advance of the high spring tides which will further raise river levels.
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