County Wicklow along with 19 other counties have been included in the latest Status Yellow Rainfall Warning issued by Met Éireann.
The warning came into effect at 6pm this evening and will last until midnight on Monday.
The county suffered heavy rainfall in the early hours of Sunday morning which led to spot flooding in many areas.
The forecast for toning and tomorrow is as follows
Dry for a time tonight with clear spells, though with some mist forming and the risk of some fog. However, some heavy rain will spread from the southwest later in the night. There’s a risk of some thundery bursts too and some spot flooding. Lowest temperatures of 3 to 6 degrees, in light variable breezes, becoming southeast to northeasterly in direction later and increasing fresh in southeastern coastal parts.
A cloudy day tomorrow, with rain, which will be heavy and possibly thundery at times, giving the potential for some localised flooding. Highest temperatures of 12 to 14 degrees in mostly moderate and gusty southeasterly breezes.