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A Status Yellow thunder warning has been issued for 11 counties

It kicked in at 4pm this afternoon and will remain valid until 9pm.
Aug 6th 2019, 10:11 AM 98,297 29

Updated Aug 6th 2019, 5:17 PM

A STATUS YELLOW thunder warning has been issued for 11 counties this afternoon. 

The warning has been issued for Sligo, Roscommon, Cavan, Leitrim, Donegal, Monaghan, Longford, Louth, Meath, Westmeath and Dublin. 

It kicked in at 4pm this afternoon and will remain valid until 9pm. 

Met Éireann says heavy thundery downpours are forecast this afternoon and evening with a risk of localised flooding. 

In general, temperatures are due to range between 17 to 21 degrees across the country today with moderate southwest breezes. 

Tomorrow is due to start off mainly dry with sunny spells. Met Éireann says showers will developing in the afternoon, mainly over the northern half of the country.

Highest temperatures will range between 17 to 21 degrees with moderate westerly breezes. 

Thursday is expected to be a less showery day with long periods of sunny weather with easterly breezes. 

Heavy rain is due to spread in from Munster to all parts of the country overnight on Thursday. 

Met Éireann says Friday will be a fairly wet day at times with showers and outbreaks of showery rain. 

It will be humid with highest temperatures ranging between 17 and 22 degrees.

Looking forward to the weekend, Saturday is expected to be another very showery day while Sunday will be less showery with longer and drier sunny periods.

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