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There is rain on the way, but it won't last all weekend

Not everywhere, anyway.

Image: Sam Boal/RollingNews.ie

A YELLOW WEATHER warning is in effect until this afternoon for four counties.

Cork, Galway, Kerry and Mayo are being warned that up 25mm of rain is due to fall.

However, the rest of the country won’t get off easily.

Today will see widespread rain with strong winds and heavy rain in western areas which will give way to brighter conditions with moderating winds during the morning and sunny spells and scattered showers by afternoon.

Met Éireann says that heavy rain will come in the afternoon, but this will clear.

Tonight will be breezy with clear periods and scattered showers in many areas overnight.

Tomorrow will clear up, with Met Éireann expecting a bright and blustery day with sunny spells and showers in the west and north.

The outlook for the rest of the week is for unsettled weather.

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