Weather Advisory Issued For Kerry Over Coming Days

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DON’T get used to the sunny weather we’ve enjoyed today in Tralee, as it’s about to change for the worse.

Met Éireann has issued a Weather Advisory for Kerry, Connacht, Longford, Offaly, Westmeath, Cavan, Donegal, Clare, Cork, Limerick and Tipperary.

Periods of heavy rainfall from Saturday to Tuesday may lead to some local flooding as river levels remain elevated.

The heaviest of the rain will be through Saturday afternoon, and again early Monday and early Tuesday, with rainfall accumulations from Saturday to Tuesday of 40 to 50mm in places, with some spot flooding. There’ll be strong winds at times also, with gales on coasts.

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The warning is valid from 12 noon tomorrow until Tuesday at 6pm, so it’s the bad weather is staying for a while.

Judging by the Rainfall Radar on the Met Éireann’s website, it looks like tomorrow afternoon will see a sustained period of rain until that evening when it will turn showery.

Sunday looks showery too and Monday will see heavy falls of rain from the morning into the afternoon.

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