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Dublin: 4 °C Tuesday 19 November, 2019
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Non-stop rain till midnight tomorrow, says Met Éireann

A ‘yellow alert’ rainfall warning has been issued for the east of the country.

Image: Sam Boal/Photocall Ireland

Updated at 7.33pm

MET ÉIREANN HAS issued a ‘yellow alert’ rainfall warning for the east of the country.

According to the weather service…

“Rain will be persistent and heavy at times this afternoon/evening and will continue in the Northeast for a time early tonight.

“Most places will become dry overnight but further rain will return tomorrow and will become persistent and heavy again during the day with risk of spot flooding, especially in the east.”

The rainfall warning covers all of Leinster, and counties Tipperary and Waterford. It’s valid until 11.59pm tomorrow.

The outlook for the rest of the country is a little better, with brighter, drier conditions expected in the southeast this afternoon.

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