Both Wexford and Wicklow are now under a ‘Status Orange’ weather warning…
The Irish weather forecaster has predicted that there will be “spells of heavy rain” with “strong and gusty east to southeast winds at first” on Wednesday.
The weather warning was issued just before 12 noon on Wednesday 18th October.
As per Met Eireann, the Irish weather forecaster, the warning will remain in place from 2pm on Wednesday until 8pm on Wednesday.
The forecaster, Met Eireann, stated on Wednesday evening that there will also be some “localised flooding” and “dangerous road conditions” in the county due to the “reduced visibility” as Storm Babet makes its way through the South East region.
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