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Dublin: 2 °C Saturday 29 February, 2020
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The weather isn't going to be much better today

Stay in your pyjamas, get onto the couch and fire up the TV.

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WHILE MANY TOWNS in the country deal with flooding, the torrential rain which hit many parts of the country will not let up today.

Towns in the south, west and north were flooded yesterday as massive rainfall hit the country.

And, while Met Éireann has removed the orange weather warning and it will be drier than yesterday, rain is still going to come.

It’ll be cloudier further north and west with outbreaks of rain there again later. Elsewhere will see scattered showers develop.

“Highest temperatures of 14 or 15 degrees in moderate to fresh and gusty westerly winds.”

The rain will die away this evening, but will be back tomorrow and will stick with us all week.

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