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22-02-2021, 10:31   #31
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Tipperary added now too
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22-02-2021, 10:37   #32
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Strange that Wicklow is not included in the yellow warning. Looks like it will be wet, especially so in the afternoon. Ground very saturated as it is.
Those county-centric warnings have a habit of changing rapidly. I think Wicklow will included in time.
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22-02-2021, 11:00   #33
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That was a quick edit/addition!

Status Orange - Rainfall warning for Cork, Kerry, Tipperary, Waterford

Met Éireann Weather Warning

Very heavy rain on Monday night and Tuesday will likely cause further river flooding and surface water flooding. Rainfall totals of 50 to 80mm, higher in mountainous regions.

Valid: 19:00 Monday 22/02/2021 to 21:00 Tuesday 23/02/2021

Issued: 10:21 Monday 22/02/2021
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22-02-2021, 11:09   #34
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Do any of you think other areas will be added along the West Coast my garden is water logged
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22-02-2021, 11:26   #35
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Are we running a just for fun rainfall prediction contest?

E.g 1. Cork 62.5mm
2. Roches Pt 56mm
3. Valentia 50mm
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22-02-2021, 12:34   #36
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No flood warning from Cork City Council yet, I expect there will be at some point.

Will tides contribute anything to this?
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22-02-2021, 12:43   #37
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Those potential rainfall totals are serious. I had to do some (necessary) travel over the weekend. The land is underwater in many places down in the south west and rivers still up after last week's rain. Hopefully no serious flooding occurs. People have enough to be dealing with at the moment
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22-02-2021, 13:13   #38
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No flood warning from Cork City Council yet, I expect there will be at some point.

Will tides contribute anything to this?
Tides are not too big at the moment so shouldn't add to it. The higher tides will be this coming weekend with the full moon.
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22-02-2021, 14:04   #39
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Status Yellow - Rainfall warning for Leinster, Cavan, Monaghan, Clare, Limerick, Connacht

Met Éireann Weather Warning

Heavy rain on Monday night and Tuesday will lead to some river flooding and localised surface flooding. Rainfall totals of 30 to 50mm, higher in mountainous regions.

Valid: 21:00 Monday 22/02/2021 to 21:00 Tuesday 23/02/2021

Issued: 10:25 Monday 22/02/2021
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TAF for Cork airport shows some nasty conditions : light rain from 7pm,moderate rain from 10pm,heavy rain from 11pm coupled with a southerly wind gusting up to 47 knots

TAF EICK 221100Z 2212/2312 18015KT 9999 BKN016 TEMPO 2212/2218 18018G28KT
BECMG 2219/2221 18025G40KT 5000 -RA BKN010 OVC015
BECMG 2222/2224 3000 RA BKN005 TEMPO 2223/2305 17030G47KT 1200 +RA BKN003
BECMG 2305/2307 1200 -RA
PROB40 TEMPO 2305/2312 0500 RA FG OVC001
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It's the duration of the rainfall that could be a problem too.

Continuous rainfall from tonight and all day tomorrow.
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22-02-2021, 14:18   #42
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Met office expect gusts of 50 to 60mph and up to 70mph on the East Coast.

Rain wise 15 to 30mm widely with 40 to 50m in some locations especially in the south with up to 60mm on the Mourne mountains.

A dirty day.
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22-02-2021, 14:36   #43
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I see the council here in Kilkenny are out working in the countryside, with a digger and some other men making sure the drains are clear.
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22-02-2021, 14:44   #44
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yr.no has 48mm rainfall for cork city tomorrow
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I've yet to receive a warning text message from Cork City Council.

https://twitter.com/echolivecork/sta...865626112?s=19
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