Met Éireann issue weather warning as 'Atlantic regime' due to hit Ireland 2 weeks ago

Met Éireann issue weather warning as 'Atlantic regime' due to hit Ireland

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Met Éireann has issued another weather warning for two provinces as fog and mist continues to dominate Ireland.

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The status yellow warning pertains to mist and fog and is valid from 1am on Wednesday to 11am on the same day. Leinster and Munster are set to be affected.

The "dense fog" is expected to lead to poor visibility and motorists have been encouraged to take special care while travelling tomorrow morning.

This update comes ahead of the arrival of the so-called 'Atlantic Regime,' which will see poor weather arrive in Ireland in the form of fog, rain, and cloud.

The rest of this week is expected to be foggy and dark, with the truly poor weather making an appearance this weekend.

According to Met Éireann, it's expected to be "mostly cloudy with patchy light rain or drizzle at times in the morning," on Saturday.

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"Prolonged spells of moderate to heavy rainfall will however develop in the west during the afternoon. Highest temperatures of 14 to 16 degrees as light southerly winds increase moderate by afternoon, and freshening along Atlantic coasts."