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Cumbria's freak weather blamed on Hurricane Gert

Cumbria's freak weather blamed on Hurricane Gert

Cumbria's freak weather blamed on Hurricane Gert

Westmeath has been included in the very latest Status Yellow rainfall warning resulting from the expected arrival of the downgraded Hurricane Gert.

The warning itself reads "Warm, humid conditions expected to develop through Sunday, lasting into the early days of next week, will bring spells of heavy rain leading to potential accumulations of 30 to 50mm, with highest totals in the mountains".

A Met Office forecaster said: "From August 28 to September 3, temperatures will perhaps be rather warm at times in the South. Parts of the southeast may stay mainly dry with some sunny spells".

Elsewhere, the weather will be mild and humid with outbreaks of rain coming in from the south-west spreading across the whole country but not quite reaching North Ulster.

Rainfall warnings have been issued by Met Éireann for the counties of Donegal, Galway, Leitrim, Mayo and Sligo as a low pressure area passes by Atlantic coasts.

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Parts of Leinster and Munster will see the best temperatures in the mid-twenties for some hazy sunshine while elsewhere will have a general range of 18-21 degrees. Fog will form over the hills where the cloud thickens and it will turn more humid.

Any organised showery rain soon clearing during the evening, leaving clear spells and occasional showers drifting in from the west for the rest of the night.

Yesterday Met Office meteorologist Emma Sharples said: "Rain remains quite slow-moving throughout eastern Scotland on Friday".

The mixed weather will continue into next weekend.

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