Up to 50 millimetres of rain's expected to fall in parts of the country today.
Met Eireann says guests of up to 110 kilometres per hour are also likely.
3 status yellow wind and rain alerts came into effect overnight for Clare, Cork, Kerry, Waterford, Wexford, Galway, and Mayo.
Met Eireann says 'Thursday will be an unseasonably wet and windy day with yellow wind and rainfall warnings in effect. Falls of rain will occur nationwide, heavy at times with the risk of localised flooding, especially across Munster and west Connacht. Cyclonic variable mainly southerly winds will be mostly fresh to strong and gusty, with gales and possibly damaging gusts along southern and southwestern coasts. Cool for the time of year with highest temperatures of just 11 to 14 degrees Celsius.
Unseasonably wet☔️ & windy🍃 today, risk of localised flooding, especially across Munster & west Connacht.
Cyclonic variable, mainly southerly winds, mostly fresh to strong & gusty, with gales & possibly damaging gusts along S & SW coasts.
Cool with highs of just 11 to 14C. pic.twitter.com/tMzDJ1tTA0
— Met Éireann (@MetEireann) May 20, 2021