Rainfall warning in outcome for one county

Rainfall warning in outcome for one countyRainfall warning in outcome for one county

A Status Yellow rainfall warning is now in outcome for one county on a west coast, and will sojourn in outcome until tomorrow morning, Thursday, Jul 30.

The Met Éireann warning came into outcome for Co. Kerry this morning, Jul 29, during 7:00am, and will sojourn in place until a same time tomorrow morning.

The county is set to see complicated rainfall for a generation of a warning, that will move 35mm to 50mm of rain, with aloft amounts probable in alpine areas.

Spot flooding, bad prominence and dangerous pushing conditions are expected.

Weather elsewhere

Elsewhere today, it will start off dry in a morning in many areas, with some balmy spells in a northeast.

However, sleet from Kerry will widespread northwestwards during a day, reaching Ulster in a late afternoon. Rain currently will be heaviest in a southwest and along Atlantic coasts.

Highest temperatures currently should be 14° to 17° in assuage to uninformed south to southeast winds.

It will be a comparatively amiable night, with lowest temperatures of 11° to 14° in assuage to uninformed southerly winds, augmenting to clever along Atlantic coasts towards a morning.

Conditions are set to urge tomorrow, with dry and balmy conditions in many places. Highest temperatures tomorrow will be 18° to 22°.

Article source: https://www.agriland.ie/farming-news/rainfall-warning-in-effect-for-one-county/

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