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IrelandSummer is gone already! Thunder and spot flooding coming this weekend

11:15  13 june  2019
11:15  13 june  2019 Source:   extra.ie

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The betrayal of expecting sunny weather and summer and getting this grim stuff is too much to handle.

Met Eireann is the bearer of bad news as Ireland will be hit by miserable weather over the course of this weekend.

Today will be wet this morning, with drier conditions developing in the west in the afternoon as temperatures top between 11 degrees in the north and 16 in the west.

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Light rain will affect Atlantic coastal counties, before heavier showers move in over the southwest coming into Friday morning.

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By this weekend , the jet stream will flatten and flow more west-to-east than the current rollercoaster pattern that takes it northward into the West and then plunges it southward into the Plains. When the jet stream flattens in summer , a frontal system eventually stalls out.

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Heaviest showers will affect Munster and South Leinster by Firday afternoon and will continue to move northwards through the evening.

The showers will only continue to intensify in the south into the night with spot flooding and thunder likely in the midlands and north as temperatures will fall from 15 degrees to between five and eight.

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Met Eireann‘s forecast reads: ‘Over the weekend, with an area of low pressure over or very close to Ireland, there will be sunny spells and showers on both Saturday and Sunday.

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‘A few heavy showers in places during Saturday afternoon, but most should be light and fairly well scattered, with some reasonable amounts of sunshine at times too.

‘But the showers are likely to become heavy and widespread as the day progresses on Sunday and during Sunday afternoon and evening, some prolonged and locally thundery downpours are likely.

‘Temperatures still well below normal for mid-June, both days, ranging 12 to 16 C. Winds generally moderate south to southwesterly.’

Thunderstorms unleash more heavy rain leaving flooding in their wake.
One village in Kent saw 42mm of rain in one hour overnight.

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