It may be hard to believe after the lovely morning’s weather we’ve just had. However, Kerry County Council has relayed a Met Éireann Status Yellow Weather Warning from early this afternoon to tomorrow, Saturday evening.
Kerry County Council wishes to draw to the attention of the public a weather warning issued by Met Éireann (see below). The Status Yellow warning refers to windy conditions in Kerry from 2pm today until noon on Saturday with gusts of up 90km/h forecast. Some thundery downpours and possible spot flooding is expected between 6pm today and 6pm on Saturday.
While this a Status Yellow warning, Kerry County Council asks members of the public and motorists to exercise care especially in coastal and exposed areas. People should also heed to the potential for trees which are in full leaf at present to be blown down much easier by high winds at this time of the year. Motorists are advised to look out for possible spot flooding this evening and throughout Saturday.
Wind Warning for Wexford, Clare, Cork, Kerry and Waterford
West to Southwest winds 50 to 65 km/hr gusts 80 or 90 km/hr in exposed areas. Winds veering West to Northwest overnight.
Issued: Friday 19 August 2016 10am. Valid: Friday 19 August 2016 2pm to Saturday 20 August 2016 12:00
Rainfall Warning for Clare and Kerry
Showers or longer spell of rain with some thundery downpours likely to give some spot flooding especially in coastal areas. Totals 30 to 50 mm expected.
Issued: Friday 19 August 2016 10am. Valid: Friday 19 August 2016 18:00 to Saturday 20 August 2016 18:00
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