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Met Éireann predicts heavy thundery showers in Ireland

DUBLIN: Heatwaves are giving way to heavy thundery showers in Ireland, according to Met Éireann, who predicts a cold front will pass over the country on Monday afternoon, bringing widespread heavy and potentially thunderous rains.

The National Meteorological Service has issued a nationwide heavy thundery showers warning for Monday. Heavy rains will make driving difficult and may cause localised flooding in a few places, most likely in east Munster and Leinster.

Met Éireann forecaster Gavin Gallagher said, “Heavy showers with the risk of thunderstorms will continue through Tuesday and Wednesday.” Temperatures are expected to return to normal following the showers.

It will be hot and dry in the eastern part of the country till noon today. A cold front will sweep through the country from the west, bringing thunder showers across the country.

Heavy rain is expected in all areas, with colder air than last week. However, the eastern part of the country will be warmest, with temperatures hovering around 23 degrees Celsius. The average temperature across the country will be 17-18C.

Tomorrow will begin with bright spells before becoming mostly cloudy with isolated showers spreading across from the west.

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