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In pics: The graphs that showed the rain march across Ireland today

Ominous series of radar images show rainclouds drawing a veil over the country…

HERE IS A series of radar images that look like someone is pulling a duvet across the whole of Ireland.

The rainfall radar on Met Éireann has been recording an increasingly alarming picture of the advance of heavy rain across Ireland. Flick through the slideshow and pull on the raingear as it reaches your part of the country.

(If you are wondering if it is raining in Dublin, this online tool – click through – is pretty definitive about it. Hat-tip to @ElaineByrne)

In pics: The graphs that showed the rain march across Ireland today
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  • Rainfall at 9.30am

  • Rainfall at 10.30am

  • Rainfall at 11.30am

  • Rainfall at midday

  • Rainfall at 1pm

  • Rainfall at 2pm

  • Rainfall at 2.30pm

  • Rainfall at 3pm

  • Rainfall at 3.30pm

  • Rainfall at 3.45pm

  • Rainfall at 4pm

  • Rainfall at 4.15pm

  • Rainfall at 4.30pm

  • Rainfall at 4.45pm

  • Rainfall at 5pm

  • Rainfall at 5.15pm

  • Rainfall at 5.30pm

  • Rainfall at 5.45pm

  • Rainfall at 6pm

Weatherwatch: Get the anoraks out – there’s a lot of rain coming our way>

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