Get in out of that.
South Great George’s Street, Dublin 2.
Thanks Sauvignon Blanc
Earlier: Fine Day For Them
Risk of some very heavy rain Wednesday with over 50mm in 24 hours and possibly over 25mm in 6 hours. This presents a flooding risk but the exact areas at risk are little unclear. In you live in an area prone to flooding in the South then stay aware. pic.twitter.com/jP6nODpX3P
— Carlow Weather (@CarlowWeather) March 7, 2022
First bit of real rain forecast since the new Met Éireann Ensemble Forecast Probability Maps went live. Very good information and hopefully we will see more data shared by Met Éireann from their IREPS system. See https://t.co/odFlzC0keC for the details. pic.twitter.com/Pw8bEOilPw
— Carlow Weather (@CarlowWeather) January 26, 2022
Met Eireann’s ‘Ensemble Forecast Probability Maps‘ are live!
Finally, sez you.
Catchy name they have for it 😃
— M Murphy (@MMurphy4791) January 26, 2022
Dublin city centre.
More as we get it.
Over 30mm of rain in the West already with 45mm at the usually wet station Maam Valley. The heaviest rain is in the North now but some heavy showers in the Southeast and more raining pushing into the Southwest. pic.twitter.com/h3TT0uJhdl
— Carlow Weather (@CarlowWeather) January 19, 2021
Apple farmer Cornelius Tras writes:
In two hours last night, we had 3% of our annual rainfall, in what is the heaviest “sustained” rainfall rate I have encountered at our farm…
Met Éireann issued a Status Yellow rain warning for Connacht, Longford, Donegal, Clare and Kerry. The warning will be valid from 4am tomorrow until 4am Thursday.