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Latest weather warnings pass but weather is about to take a u-turn

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Met Eireann status yellow alert periods in place for several counties have expired, however the Irish meteorological centre says more heavy rain is on the way.

However, a sharp turnaround is also expected in the coming days, although several counties will not benefit from the better weather.

Today will be generally cloudy at first, with scattered patches of rain, but things should clear up later in the day with scattered showers and bright spells developing.

There is a possibility that some showers will be strong while the highest temperatures will reach 15 degrees in some areas with moderate winds from west to southwest.

Looks like quite a bit of dry weather ahead on Monday, with some light spells developing overnight.

However, scattered showers will persist along the western coasts and with a light to moderate breeze from the south, minimum temperatures of 8 to 11 degrees are expected.

Tuesday will be a dry day for many in the early afternoon with bright spells, but scattered showers will continue across the south and west.

It will then become cloudy in the evening as a period of rain spreads from the south, becoming heavy at times.

Wednesday will be a windy day with scattered, more frequent and heavier showers in the western half of the country, with longer periods of dryness and sunshine elsewhere.

Showers or longer periods of rain will develop later in the day on Thursday, with the possibility of some heavier gusts.

However, it will be very mild with maximum temperatures between 14 and 17 degrees with moderate winds from the southeast.

Heading into the weekend, therefore, the Irish meteorologist predicts that things will “staying mild with rain and showers at times, alongside possibly breezy conditions,” reports Mirror.

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