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IrelandIrish weather forecast: Four warnings in place as Ireland battered by rain and 110km/h gusts

12:05  15 april  2019
12:05  15 april  2019 Source:   msn.com

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Met Eireann have issued a number of weather warnings as heavy rain and strong gusts of up to 100 km / h batter the country. A Status Yellow weather warning was issued for Cork, Kerry and Waterford by the national forecaster at 8am on Wednesday morning and is valid from 6pm yesterday afternoon

Irish weather forecast: Four warnings in place as Ireland battered by rain and 110km/h gusts © Provided by Trinity Mirror Shared Services Limited WARNING TAKEN FROM TWITTER public page of : STORM ALI SET TO SWEEP IN WITH 80MPH GALES '#StormAli is heading for Northern Ireland and Scotland - be aware of the weather warnings...' https://twitter.com/metoffice/status/1042068343073775616 Travel disruption, power cuts and flying debris are possible as Storm Ali brings severe gales of up to 80mph to the UK and Ireland. The first named storm of the season is forecast to bring windy weather to all parts on Wednesday. An amber warning covering Northern Ireland, northern parts of England and southern Scotland has prompted the Met Office to issue advice for the public to beware of flying debris which could pose a danger to life. There is also potential for damage to buildings, fallen trees, travel cancellations, road closures and large waves in coastal areas, the forecaster added.

Four weather warnings are in place this morning after heavy rain and high winds battered the country overnight.

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Three weather warnings are in place as the country will see powerful winds, spot flooding, and heavy rain with a Weather warnings as Storm Erik to bring 130 km / h gusts . Forecasters have put in place a yellow weather warning for high winds and rain tomorrow and on Heavy rain and high

Irish weather forecast : Freezing night ahead as Met Eireann predict 'widespread hard frost' and -2C temperatures. Forecasters have warned that we are in for a week of 'unsettled weather '. And a Status Yellow rainfall warning for Dublin, Kildare, Wicklow, Louth and Meath remains in place until 12pm.

There is a risk of spot flooding and parts of the country will be lashed by gusts of up to 110km/h on Monday.

The most severe weather is expected in Cork and Waterford where a Status Orange rainfall warning has been issued.

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A Met Eireann forecaster said: "Heavy rain Sunday night and Monday will result in large rainfall amounts.

"Hazardous driving conditions expected, with flooding possible. Rainfall amounts will be highest along the south coast and about higher ground."

The weather warning came into effect at 6pm on Sunday and will remain in place until 6pm on Monday.

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Irish weather forecast: 100kmh winds to lash west coast of Ireland as flooding hits Cork and Waterford Sunshine is set to peek through later this week . “As we go through the week, it gets a touch milder day by day. Your browser does not support this video require(["binding"], function (binding) { binding("wcVideoPlayer", "#video_player_4ef5ee11-9e7f-4bbe-964d-567b011d2205").all(); }); “Wednesday there might be some patchy rain down around the north west to start, but it should die out. “It looks like it will be quite cloudy on Wednesday and there will be a bit of an easterly breeze as well, but it will be mild again.

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Four weather warnings were in force on Sunday evening for heavy rain , possible flooding and Met Éireann forecaster Gerry Murphy said the rain would ease for a period on Sunday afternoon before Gusts of between 90 km / h and 110 km / h are forecast . A status yellow wind warning has also been

Irish weather forecast: Four warnings in place as Ireland battered by rain and 110km/h gusts © Provided by Trinity Mirror Shared Services Limited Rainy weather

Meanwhile, a Status Yellow rainfall warning is in place for Kilkenny, Wexford, Kerry, Limerick and Tipperary until 6pm on Monday.

A forecaster said: "Heavy rain Sunday night and Monday will bring a risk of spot flooding, especially in southern parts of these counties."

A Status Yellow wind alert has been issued for Donegal, Cork, Galway, Mayo and Kerry where gusts of up 110km/h are expected and will remain in place until 7pm on Monday.

Irish weather forecast: Four warnings in place as Ireland battered by rain and 110km/h gusts © Provided by Trinity Mirror Shared Services Limited Ireland will be lashed by heavy rain and strong winds

Met Eireann said: "Strong and gusty southeast winds expected during the period. Means speeds of 50 to 65kmh with gusts of 90 to 110km/h, strongest in coastal areas and about high ground."

And another Status Yellow wind warning covers Dublin, Carlow, Kildare, Kilkenny, Laois, Wexford, Wicklow, Offaly, Leitrim, Roscommon, Sligo, Clare, Limerick, Tipperary and Waterford until 5pm this evening.

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Irish weather forecast: Ireland to enjoy some more sunshine but not for long as Met Eireann warns of 10C drop Monday will be dry, warm, and sunny for most of the country . Temperatures will stay between 20C and 22C in most parts expect the southern counties where it will be between 15C-17C because of mist and fog. © Getty Warm weather (stock image) Monday night will be dry with lowest temperature of 9C to 10C with a risk of a light passing shower. Warm weather will continue into Tuesday with temperatures hitting the highs of 22C. But the southern coast will see temperatures of 17C to 18C. Tuesday night will be between 9C to 10C. © Collins Photos.

Weather Alerts and Warnings will be issued whenever weather conditions meeting the detailed thresholds defined below are anticipated within a 48-hr period. Criteria for Orange – Weather Warnings . 1. Wind. Mean Speeds between 65 and 80 km / h Gusts between 110 and 130 km / h .

Five weather warnings are in place as torrential rain and snow blights swathes of the country causing travel Forecasters have warned of flooding and severe delays on roads and rail routes across the South Snow and heavy rain is expected to cause more travel chaos across the UK today (file photo).

A forecaster said: "Strong and gusty southeast winds will reach mean speeds of 50 to 60kmh with gusts of up to 100km/h possible, strongest about high ground."

Met Eireann said: "Cold and windy today with outbreaks of rain, heaviest and persistent across the south of the country where some spot flooding may occur. Highs of 7C to 10C in strong southeasterly winds.

"Further outbreaks of rain overnight, but the rain generally lighter. Lows of 2C to 5C."

Tuesday looks set to be slightly better with cloudy cold conditions and patchy rain across Ulster and Leinster and highs of 8C to 11C.

Elsewhere it will be mainly dry with occasional sunshine and temperatures of 12C to 15C. Light southeasterly winds.

Temperatures are to rise steadily throughout the week, reaching highs of 18C on Thursday and a whopping 20C on Friday.

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