Wicklow is included in its second Rain Weather Warning in as many days after MET Eireann issued its latest Warning.
25 to 35 mm Rainfall is predicted on Monday, with a risk of spot flooding. The warning comes into effect from 9am and is valid until 8pm Monday evening.
MET Eireann have said they are ‘closely monitoring’ Hurricane Lorenzo, as it makes its way across the Atlantic
The hurricane is expected to move near or just west of the Azores late on Tuesday and Wednesday.
Met Éireann said it was then expected to gradually head northeastwards in the direction of Ireland.
However, it said its exact track and severity, once it comes closer, was still uncertain.
The storm is expected to lose its major status as it moves northwards across cooler waters.
Dry tonight with clear spells and a few mist and fog patches around. Cloud amounts will increase overnight. Lows of 4 to 8 degrees in light variable breezes.
TOMORROW – MONDAY 30TH SEPTEMBER
Mostly cloudy to begin tomorrow. Outbreaks of rain will develop in southern parts of the province during the morning and slowly extend to most areas by lunchtime. A few heavy bursts in places may lead to spot flooding. Top temperatures 13 to 16 degrees, with highest values in the south. Light to moderate easterly winds, will be fresh to strong and gusty at times near the coast.