Status yellow weather warning for Kerry to take effect tomorrow

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There is a status yellow wind warning for Kerry.

It will take effect from 4 o'clock tomorrow afternoon to 5am on Friday.

Southeast winds will reach between 50 and 65 kilometres/per hour with gusts of between 90 and 100 kilometres per hour.

There'll also be high seas with a risk of coastal flooding.

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