Met Eireann is warning of a rather wet and windy Bank Holiday Monday, with unsettled conditions set to last until the middle of next week at least.
The national forecaster says that there will be heavy rain during the morning and early afternoon, which might lead to localized flooding. There’s also the possibility of wintry showers on higher ground, mostly across Ulster.
The rain will clear by late afternoon, with some bright spells possible across southern areas, and temperatures hovering around 11-12C.
Showery and unsettled weather will last through to Wednesday, and an outlook of poor weather for the rest of the week and into the weekend.
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