Late yesterday evening, Thursday 22nd November, Met Éireann issued a status yellow rainfall warning for two counties.
The warning came into effect from 2am this morning, Friday November 23rd, and affects counties Cork and Waterford. Met Éireann warn of frequent showers merging to much longer spells of rain. They say accumulations will range from 25mms up to 35mms in parts, worst along the south coast.
This could also lead to some ground frost overnight, with temperatures set to drop as low as zero degrees overnight, with the coldest weather in southern counties. The warning remains in place until2am Saturday, November 23rd.
Mostly cloudy today across the southern half of the country with scattered outbreaks of rain, heavy & persistent at times across southern counties. Some bright or sunny spells across the north of the country though, where it should remain largely dry. Cool, max temps 6 to 10°C. pic.twitter.com/JtBe47Aude— Met Éireann (@MetEireann) 23 November 2018