Met Éireann is warning of heavy rainfall in Limerick this weekend
Met Éireann is warning of heavy rainfall across Limerick this weekend.
The 24-hour Status Yellow weather alert took effect from 6pm this Friday with the forecaster predicting between 30mm and 40mm of rainfall across the city and county as well as in Tipperary and Offaly.
Gardai are appealing to motorists to exercise caution when driving this weekend because of the expected rainfall.
Road safety alert - Yellow weather warning this weekend for Galway Clare Kerry. Please drive to weather conditions pic.twitter.com/cwuuQeJZHq— An Garda Síochána (@GardaTraffic) November 10, 2017
Meanwhile, a separate Status Yellow weather alert has been issued for counties Galway, Mayo, Clare and Kerry with Met Éireann predicting up to 50mm of rainfall.
RAINFALL WARNING ISSUED— Met Éireann (@MetEireann) November 10, 2017
Status Yellow warning issued for Offaly, Limerick & Tipperary for 30 to 40mm from Fri 6pm to Sat 6pm
Also Status Yellow warning issued for Galway, Mayo, Clare & Kerry for 40 to 50mm from Fri 6pm to Sat 6pmhttps://t.co/LIC2EnKayX pic.twitter.com/prrCF7nL7q