Tropical Storm Kate is named as it currently forms over the Atlantic Ocean.
The weather system was classified as a tropical depression earlier this month after the National Hurricane Center began monitoring a tropical wave south of Cape Verde.
There is good news for Ireland because the storm will not affect us due to the high pressure above the island at the moment.
Alan O’Reilly of Carlow Weather explained: “Tropical Storm #Kate has formed in the Atlantic but will remain in the Atlantic and will not come close to us due to the high pressure above us.
“This altitude has a lot of cloud trapped above us as well.”
foretelling of Ireland met He said: “Mainly dry and cloudy this morning with a chance of light drizzle at times.
“Brighter conditions will appear with some misty sunny spells during the day, the best of which will be across Connacht and Alster. Highest temperatures 15 to 19 degrees, coldest in the east in light of light breezes from east to northeast.”
They added: “Mostly dry with a mixture of cloud, clear spells and little chance of some intermittent drizzle, mostly in the east. Lowest temperatures are generally 7-11 degrees, with light or calm east to northeast winds. In places that allow fog. to appear again.”
Wednesday will be cloudy in most areas but it will be sunny after lunch with maximum temperatures between 15 and 19 degrees.
Met.ie said: “Most cloudy starting on Wednesday with scattered patches of rain. Cloud cover will become more choppy during the afternoon with some sunny waves appearing. Highest temperatures 15 to 19 degrees Celsius mostly moderate easterly winds.”
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