Met Éireann is warning people across the country of the possibility of spot-flooding this morning.
It's after very heavy rain overnight.
Remaining heavy, occasionally thundery, rain over northern parts of the country will soon clear, giving way to bright or sunny spells and showers today. Some of the showers will be heavy, with the potential for flash flooding. Top temperatures 18 to 22 degrees. Shannon Radar N/A pic.twitter.com/ennbQtnD3X
— Met Éireann (@MetEireann) August 9, 2019
A status yellow rainfall warning ends at seven o'clock this morning.
But meteorologist Cathal Nolan, from the Midland Weather Channel, says more bad weather is expected throughout the day: