A status yellow warning remains in place until 2am on Saturday for counties Cork and Waterford, with 25mm to 35mm of rainfall expected over 24 hours.
However, Met Éireann is forecasting a dry day on Saturday, except for the odd shower, generally cloudy with some sunny breaks.
Top temperatures will range between 6°C and 10°C in moderate easterly winds, followed by a frosty night.
In the newsTeagasc has reported the smallest grain harvest in 23 years for 2018.The online auction firm BidX1 has suspended sales of farmland by vulture funds on its platform.Another protest by Leitrim farmers against rampant afforestation took place today, but the co-op at the centre of the action says it is the wrong target.Following the redesignation of Areas of Natural Constraints this week, attention is now turning to appeals to those dissatisfied with the outcome.Several factories have been hit with carcase trim fines this year.
Coming up this SaturdayGood week/bad week.The latest on TAMS rules for young farmers.MEP Sean Kelly on how Brexit, climate change and renewable energy will play out for farmers.The latest prices from the mart.