A status yellow weather advisory has been issued for two counties
Take note if you're near the south coast.
A status yellow weather advisory for Cork and Kerry has been issued.
The update states that there's "potential for stormy conditions for the southwest later on Friday and early Saturday".
The warning was issued at 12:00 on 24 April and it's valid from Friday, 26 April at 18:00 until Saturday, 27 April at 06:00.
Regarding the national forecast for the coming days, Wednesday is set to be cloudy with showery outbreaks of rain spreading northwards over the country.
These showers are set to be heavy and persistent in places as the afternoon develops. There's a risk of thunder too.
More southernly counties should experience drier and brighter conditions though.
Thursday will bring a mix of sunny spells and scattered showers but some of the showers will be heavy, prolonged and possibly thundery.
These adverse conditions should ease off by Thursday night with clear spells developing.
As for Friday, it's set to be wet and windy with a chance rain of the rain turning heavy and a risk of very strong and gusty winds.
Status Yellow-Weather Advisory for Cork and Kerry
Potential for stormy conditions for the southwest later on Friday and early Saturday.
Valid: Fri 26 April 19 18:00 to Sat 27 April 19 06:00
For more information please check the meteorologists commentary at https://t.co/EUO3EbKt12 pic.twitter.com/sJqmRcKnF7
— Met Éireann (@MetEireann) April 24, 2019