If you have plans for the weekend make sure to take note of the weather before stepping outside the house.
Met Eireann have issued a status yellow rainfall warning for Donegal, Galway, Leitrim, Mayo and Sligo today, and throughout the afternoon, bursts of heavy rain, thundery at times, are expected to cross the Midlands.
As Hurricane Gert comes close to ending as it moves across the Atlantic Ocean, the aftermath of the storm is likely to bring heat and humidity to the South of England.
The weather is likely to be more settled by midweek, but it is unclear what to expect over the August bank holiday until the pressure clears. It may not arrive until later in the weekend with Sunday set to be extremely wet with prolonged heavy rain forecast. Rainfall should ease off later in the day, with some sunny spells to break through in the south.
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Hurricane Gert, the second hurricane of the season in the Atlantic Ocean, is now off the eastern coast of the United States and north of Bermuda. Fog will form over the hills where the cloud thickens and it will turn more humid. Temperatures will reach 14 degrees with 20km/h winds.
Sweltering, cyclone-assisted weather or not, Gert's fictional cousin, Hurricane Barbara, is still a big jerk.
It will be mostly damp and misty across the country this morning, with scattered outbreaks of rain with a risk of local flooding.
In short, a lot of wet and windy weather is on the way.
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