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Orange warning for Tuesday – Storm Ciaran

Orange warning for Tuesday – Storm Ciaran

On Tuesday, there will be a status yellow rain warning for Kerry.

According to Met Éireann, there will be periods of heavy rain along with a warning of localised floods, hazardous driving conditions, and low visibility.

The warning is in effect from Tuesday at 12 p.m. to Wednesday at the same hour.





Meanwhile, Antrim, Armagh, and Down are under an amber rain warning, according to the UK Met Office.

They warned that more flooding and disruptions to transportation might result from continuous, heavy rain.

The alert is in effect from tonight at 9 p.m. until Tuesday morning at 9 a.m.

According to Met Éireann, Monday night will see more showers in some areas with the possibility of some severe downpours, particularly in the northern part of the nation.

As the wind becomes lighter, patches of mist and fog will appear. lowest points, which range from 3 to 7 degrees.

Tuesday, Halloween, is cloudy with possible showers in Ulster.





During the day, mist and fog will gradually dissipate and some sunny periods may appear.

But before noon, rain is expected to start in the southwest and move northward across the nation in the afternoon and evening.

Peak temperatures, which are mildest in the south, range from 10 to 14 degrees in freshening southeasterly winds.

Their entire forecast is quite bleak because of the persistent risk of flooding brought on by showers and periods of intense rain.

On Wednesday night and Thursday, Storm Ciaran is predicted to make landfall in the southern region of Ireland.

Tuesday night is expected to be damp and windy, with periods of intense precipitation perhaps causing isolated floods. 8 to 11 degrees below zero with blustery, fresh southeast winds.

On Wednesday, persistent rain will pass out of north Ulster, bringing with it a day of showers and bright spots.





There will be a strong, persistent southwesterly breeze along with some heavy showers. became mostly dry for a while in the evening when the sky cleared.

maximum temperature of between 10 and 13 degrees.

Storm Ciaran is predicted to track along the south coast on Wednesday night, bringing with it a period of intense rain across much of Ireland. The rain is forecast to be particularly heavy in Munster and Leinster, with the possibility of significant flooding.

A powerful wind from the east or northeast will also likely develop, maybe with some quite powerful gusts. Ulster has the lowest temperatures, which are often between 3 and 6 degrees.