Satisfied Éireann issues 24-hour thunderstorm warning

The Satisfied Éireann has issued a 24-hour thunderstorm warning for Munster and Connacht.

A condition yellow warning was issued from midday Friday to noon Saturday, warning of “heavy showers or for a longer period and downpours of thunderstorms.”

Forecasters stated the predicament could direct to localized flooding in some locations.

A tiny vessel warning will continue to be in spot for 12 hours from midday on Friday, affecting the shoreline from Strangford Lough to Hook Head to Slyne Head.

Cloudy to get started Friday with rain in the west and southwest and light-weight rain or drizzle in other places.

“The rain will shift northeast in the afternoon and evening by means of the rest of the region, followed by scattered showers,” Met Éireann claimed.

Forecasters mentioned there had been “from time to time major rains, achievable thunderstorms and downpours with a danger of localized flooding” with temperatures concerning 14 and 19 levels Celsius.

Saturday will be a “cloudy and wet day with showers and major showers”, with a equivalent forecast for Sunday.

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