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Dublin: 17 °C Monday 3 August, 2020

Dry and sunny weather won't last as wind warning issued for six counties tomorrow

Rain is expected to develop tonight and will gradually spread to all areas with a risk of spot flooding in places.

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TODAY WILL BE dry and sunny in most areas with highs of 15 degrees.

However, the pleasant autumn sunshine isn’t set to last as Met Eireann is warning of spot flooding for tonight and has issued a wind warning for six counties for tomorrow.

Rain is expected to develop in the west and southwest early tonight and will gradually spread to all areas with a risk of spot flooding in places.

Tomorrow is looking set to start off dull, damp and breezy – although the overnight rain is expected to clear eastwards through the morning.

A status yellow wind warning has been issued for Donegal, Galway, Leitrim, Mayo, Sligo and Clare.

The warning will come into effect at 5pm tomorrow and will be valid until 3am on Monday.

Met Eireann says: “On Sunday evening and night, west to southwest winds will reach speeds of 55 to 65 km with gusts of 65 to 85 km, mainly in coastal areas.”

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