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Dublin: 12 °C Monday 22 April, 2019
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What the fliuch? Here's the latest rainfall radar shot of Ireland

Wet, wet, wet…

ENJOYING YOUR SUMMER so far?

This rainfall radar shot from Met Éireann shows just how much rain is over Ireland right now.

The predominant yellow indicates around 0.5 and 1.5 millimetres of rain falling every hour.

The meteorological service says that there will be further rain overnight with heavy falls over many areas, especially Connacht, Munster and Ulster with a warning of further flooding.

And if the rain isn’t enough, it will becoming windy overnight with strong and gusty northwest winds developing and lowest temperatures of between 9 to 12 degrees.

Tomorrow? It will be wet and windy, with the rain heavy in many places.

You’re welcome.

Read: Gardaí warn motorists to take care during inclement weather

Read: Weatherwatch: risk of flash floods in Munster, with heavy rain nationwide

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