Met Éireann Warn Of More Heavy Rainfall

A new weather alert has been issued for Friday night, with Met Éireann warning more thundery downpours are expected.

The status yellow warning said between 20 and 30mm of rainfall is likely in Dublin, Wicklow, Wexford and Waterford.

A number of areas have already suffered flooding due to consistent heavy rainfall in the last few days.


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