We’re not over the worst of it yet…
Just a few days ago, Wexford was placed under a Status Orange weather warning as Storm Babet made its way through the South East region.
Today, Monday, Wexford is once again placed under the orange weather warning.
Wexford is just one of three counties in Ireland to be placed under the orange rain weather warning alert. The other counties to be placed under it include South-Eastern neighbours, Waterford and Kilkenny.
The Irish weather forecaster has predicted that there will be “spells of heavy and persistent rain with thundery downpours possible” for the county
As per Met Eireann, the warning is in place from Monday 23/10/2023 to 01:00 on Tuesday.
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.”
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