Dublin: Despite the arrival of the long-awaited summer, the rain and wind have not left Ireland. Rain and thunder are expected to continue in the first week of August. According to the weather forecast, flooding is possible in many parts of the country, particularly in coastal villages, and rain and wind will cause problems.
Those who travelled to Ireland for the summer are disappointed by the unexpected arrival of rain.
Reports say that the whole country will be cloudy from the beginning of this week. Most days will see heavy rain in the morning and afternoon. The North-Eastern areas will be affected by rain and bad weather. According to the Met Office, flooding, isolated rain, and thundershowers are also possible in the West and North-West.
Rain will continue on Monday, albeit on a smaller scale. Showers will accompany the sunshine, with heavy showers possible in northern and southern counties.
On Tuesday, there will be a change in the level of rain. Warmer weather will also arrive. However, there will be showers and strong winds from the west and north-west. The cloudy weather will change due to the presence of fog. Rain is also expected to fall across the country overnight. According to the observer, there is a possibility of rain concentration in the north. The low temperature will range between 11 and 13 degrees Celsius.
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