After a dry start this Tuesday, Met Éireann is forecasting rain in western coastal areas extending countrywide by midday.
It will turn heavy and persistent across the southwest and west.
Winds will pick up, turning fresh to strong and gusty in afternoon temperatures of 7°C to 10°C, but it will become milder after dark.
In the newsGardaí have recovered a trailer stolen from a Co Kilkenny farm and made two arrests.An IFA branch in Co Mayo has closed after its members protested about the representations of beef farmers.The Food Safety Authority of Ireland has a new DNA scanning tool to identify the entire DNA content of a food.Graduates from agricultural courses have lower pay than those from most other fields of study.€500,000 is available for the third round of grants for energy-saving milk and vacuum pumps.
Coming up this TuesdayFresh Brexit advice for agri-food exporters from the European Commission.The Oireachtas agriculture committee examines the future of the beef sector.The latest advice from Journal Vet Tommy Heffernan.Grain market update.