Ireland’s Weather Tomorrow: Met Eireann predicted another terrifying spell when a...

Met Eireann predicts more bad weather on Sunday even after Storm Aiden is over.

The national forecaster expects the coastal areas to be plagued by dire conditions throughout the day, with a status warning of red sea storms and a yellow warning for three counties issued.

The forecaster said: “Stormy on Sunday with some bright or sunny spells.

“However, rain bursts spread in the morning and afternoon from the southwest, become heavy at times and carry the risk of flooding.

“The southwest winds remain fresh to strong in the southern counties and ease slightly to moderate in other places. Some wisps of mist too. Highest temperatures of 10 to 16 degrees, the coolest in the north and the mildest in the south. ”




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Yellow warning status for three counties

A status yellow wind warning has been issued for three counties – Mayo, Galway and Donegal.

The warning takes effect at 11:00 p.m. on Saturday evening and lasts until 6:00 a.m. on Sunday morning.

The forecaster said: “Strong south-south-east winds turning to the south-west reach average speeds of 50 to 65 km / h with gusts between 90 and 100 km / h. The winds will be strongest along the coastal areas. ”

Status red storm warning

The forecaster said: “West-southwest winds will hit Force 8 or Strong 9 in Irish coastal waters from Loop Head to Malin Head to Carlingford Lough and the Northern Irish Sea today (Saturday).

“Storm force 10 winds will occur from Slyne Head via Rossan Point to Fair Head. The violent storm force 11 between Erris Head and Bloody Foreland to Fair Head may be reached.

“Southerly winds turning westward will reach gale force 8 or greater on all Irish coastal waters and the Irish Sea tonight (Saturday evening) and will be restricted to northwestern seas tomorrow (Sunday).”

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