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Met Eireann predicts there could be a risk of spot flooding in places as a result of the low pressure system that is circling the country.

Met Eireann predicts there could be a risk of spot flooding in places as a result of the low pressure system that is circling the country.

Met Eireann predicts there could be a risk of spot flooding in places as a result of the low pressure system that is circling the country.

Don’t put away your umbrellas just yet as the weather is set to get very unsettled over the next week.

Met Eireann predicts there could be a risk of spot flooding in places as a result of the low pressure system that is circling the country.

“The low pressure system brings showers and it will continue to dominate the weather system for the next week,” a forecaster for Met Eireann told Independent.ie.

The showers that have affected most of the north east this afternoon will clear to the west tonight.

It will also be much cooler tonight with temperatures set to plunge to between 2 and 6 degrees.

Tomorrow morning there will be rain in the west of the country that will gradually move east in the afternoon.

Temperatures are expected to be between 9 and 12 degrees during the day but will plummet to between 1 and 3 degrees in the evening with a risk of frost in places.

The unsettled conditions will continue for much of next week where it will be wet and windy.

There will be very little sunshine and long spells of rain in places.

Temperatures will remain average for this time of the year and will vary between 2 and 12 degrees.

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