Met Eireann issues 24-hour weather warning for just two counties as horrific change is predicted for Ireland

A yellow weather warning has been issued for Cork and Kerry with heavy rain expected to hit the counties of Munster.

Met Eireann’s unfortunate bank holiday weather warning begins at 4pm on Saturday and will be in place until the same time on Sunday.

The forecaster said: “Episode of heavy rain for Kerry and West Cork from Saturday afternoon to Sunday afternoon with possible localized flooding.”

No other counties were included in the warnings but will not completely avoid heavy rains.

The forecaster added: “The mist and fog will clear up early Saturday to give a mostly dry start with sunny spells, although scattered drizzle will affect southern counties. During the afternoon clouds ​Thickening clouds and rain eruptions will gradually move into the western half of Ireland, becoming heavy in the evening and early night, particularly in the south-west. east will likely remain dry with sunny spells Highest temperatures 13 to 17 degrees generally in moderate to cool southerly winds.

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