Fog warning for Flintshire - Thursday evening through to Friday

Hope Soto
January 15, 2018

The warning was issued in the early hours of Thursday morning, at 2am, and will remain in effect until 10am, with widespread fog forecast throughout Ireland.

Dense fog in Offaly and around the midlands is set to make driving conditions on roads hazardous throughout Thursday.

The warning, issued from 4pm last night to 4am this morning, covers all of Munster and Co Galway, and could see spot flooding and up to 40mm of rainfall by dawn.

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This warning will be valid from 3:00pm tomorrow (Friday, January 12) until 12:00pm on Saturday, January 13.

The forecaster warns of travel disruption, power cuts and icy paths and roads in the area from Monday at 6pm until Tuesday at 11.55pm. Top temperatures 7 to 10 C. The rain will peter out after dark and it will become misty. Overnight fog and any frost should clear. It will be mainly dry at first with a few bright spells in eastern areas, but rather cloudy overall, with patches of drizzle and mist scattered about. Winds will be strong to gale force and gusty southeasterly.

Temperatures will go below freezing tonight, although they are not expected to exceed -1C.

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