Frosty conditions in Cork to be replaced by wind and rain as Met Eireann issue weather warning

Frosty conditions in Cork to be replaced by wind and rain as Met Eireann issue weather warning

The frosty conditions in Cork look set to be replaced by wind and rain tomorrow, according to Met Eireann.

The people of Cork awoke to freezing temperatures, heavy frost and icy conditions on Tuesday morning.

However, the national forecaster is predicting that heavy rain will clear any frost this evening and make for a wet and windy day tomorrow.

A status yellow rainfall warning is in place for Cork and seven other counties that is valid from 4am Wednesday morning to 7pm that night.

Meanwhile, a status yellow wind warning for the whole of Ireland is promising gusts of up to 100km/h on Wednesday.

Met Eireann has warned that the wind will be strongest in coastal areas and could reach gale force levels.

The rain will be heavy and persistent at times leading to spot flooding but it will clear to scattered showers during the evening.

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