Code yellow weather warning in force from Sunday afternoon

The Royal Metrological Institute (KMI) has issued a code yellow weather warning for Sunday afternoon and Sunday evening. KMI warns that “locally a lot of precipitation (rain, hail…) could fall in a very short time”.  

Sunday will start off bright. However, cloud will increase during the afternoon. There will be localised showers that turn into storms, especially in southwestern areas of the country.  

Maximum temperatures on Sunday will vary between 13°C and 20°C. There will be slight to moderate east-northeasterly winds or winds varying in direction according to location. Coastal areas will see moderate northerly winds.   

On Sunday night there will be localised showers in many areas of the country and the chances of storms with large amounts of precipitation falling in a short space of time.   

Later the weather will become variable with the chance remaining of some further showers. Night minimum temperatures will fall to between 5°C and 9°C.

On Monday and Tuesday once the morning mist has cleared the weather will be changeable with some cloud a outbreaks of rains, some of which heavy. Maximum temperatures will range between 12°C and 17°C. Later in the week it will become dryer and cooler.