Met Éireann warns of 'unseasonably windy weather' as advisory issued for entire country

Met Éireann warns of 'unseasonably windy weather' as advisory issued for entire country

Met Éireann have announced a number of status yellow wind warnings and a weather advisory for the whole country.

The is a status yellow wind warning in place Clare and Kerry that is called from 7pm this evening until 5pm tomorrow.


Met Éireann is warning that “southeast winds, veering southwesterly will reach mean speeds of 50 to 65km/h with gusts of 90 to 110km/h, mainly in coastal areas and on exposed hills and mountains.”

Another wind warning is in place for Galway and Mayo.

This warning comes into effect at 9pm this evening and will be in place for 24 hours.

“South to southeast winds, veering southwesterly early on Friday will reach mean speeds of 50 to 65km/h with gusts of 90 to 110km/h, occasionally higher in coastal areas and on exposed hills and mountains,” said the forecaster.

The third yellow wind warning is in place for Donegal and Sligo.

That warning comes into effect at 6am on Friday and is in place until 9pm.

Met Éireann said winds will reach “mean speeds of 50 to 65km/h with gusts of 90 to 110km/h.”

Meanwhile, a weather advisory has been issued for the entire country for the next few days.

Met Éireann says: “Unseasonably windy weather is expected to affect the country during the period.

“Given the time of year, there is potential for wind-related impacts such as debris from trees and movement of unsecured outdoor items.”

The advisory is in place from 6pm this evening until 6pm on Saturday.

More on this topic

Temperatures set to hit mid-20s ahead of Bank Holiday WeekendTemperatures set to hit mid-20s ahead of Bank Holiday Weekend

Status yellow wind warning issued for entire countryStatus yellow wind warning issued for entire country

Winds cause chimney to topple in residential area of GalwayWinds cause chimney to topple in residential area of Galway

Woman injured after tree fell onto car in DublinWoman injured after tree fell onto car in Dublin


More in this Section

Warning issued to dog owners as weather set to heat upWarning issued to dog owners as weather set to heat up

Transport authority to install hand sanitiser across fleets for passengersTransport authority to install hand sanitiser across fleets for passengers

O'Sullivan has yet to decide who to back in Green Party leadership contestO'Sullivan has yet to decide who to back in Green Party leadership contest

Gardaí very concerned for welfare man, 75 missing in DublinGardaí very concerned for welfare man, 75 missing in Dublin


Lifestyle

Simple storage solutions for the DIY rookie.8 simple steps to putting up a shelf

Yes, many of us have succumbed to the ‘Covid stone’ and may be trying to lose it but we all need a treat from time to time. Our recipes here incorporate tasty fruits like blueberries, apricots and almonds while Derval’s lime, chocolate and oat biscuits are a delicious and yet healthy sweet treat option.Food and Fun: Take some time out for treats

“Do you know what penguins smell like?” Landscape painter Nicholas Romeril asks, and then laughs at his own question.Nicholas Romeril: Antarctic ice-olation was the perfect training for lockdown

The phrase “dupe”, short for duplicate, is used in online beauty communities to signify that a product is similar to a more expensive counterpart.The Skin Nerd: Products with star power, without the Hollywood price tag

More From The Irish Examiner