Weather forecast: Flood warnings in place as showery Sunday in store


The weather forecast for Sunday is here and it does not look good.


And the worse news is that the horrible weather we see late in the evening will last for a couple of days.


Met Eireann have published their national outlook for Sunday.


It reads:


''A few showers lingering on Sunday morning, mainly in Ulster and southwest Munster, but largely dry elsewhere with sunny spells.


''Mist and fog patches will gradually clear.


''It will cloud over from the south during the afternoon with outbreaks of rain developing in Munster, and spreading elsewhere in the evening.


On Sunday night there will be:


''Further outbreaks of rain, with some heavy falls in the west and north. Minimum temperatures of 8 to 11 degrees Celsius.''


A miserable Monday is in store if Met Eireann is to be believed.


''A wet and blustery day with rain becoming widespread in the morning.'' the forecaster say.


''Some heavy falls are likely, with spot flooding in places. South to southeast winds will be fresh to strong and gusty near windward coasts.


''It will be less windy further west and northwest. Maximum temperatures will range 11 to 14 degrees.


''Windy with further spells of rain on Monday night, heavy at times with spot flooding.''


Tuesday's weather forecast is:


''Low pressure is likely to track near or over parts of Ireland during Tuesday.


''While the exact details remain uncertain, showers or longer spells of rain are likely and there is potential for strong and gusty winds from a southerly direction, especially near coasts.


''Maximum temperatures will be around 13 to 15 degrees.


''Clearer conditions will develop on Tuesday night as low pressure moves away, with scattered showers following.


''Minimum temperature of 5 to 8 degrees.''