Hold onto your hats, its going to get stormy
#StormDudley will bring a spell of wet & very windy weather tomorrow.⚠️A yellow wind warning is in place nationwide from noon Wednesday until noon Thurs, with the strongest winds expected in coastal areas and on high ground.?Large coastal waves & some coastal flooding possible pic.twitter.com/iR12qloSRK
— Met Éireann (@MetEireann) February 15, 2022
Storm Dudley is making its way towards Ireland, with a weather warning in place from midday.
Met Eireann has issued a Status Yellow wind warning, which comes into effect at 12pm today and lasts 24 hours.
Gusts of up to 110 km per hour are forecast on higher grounds, with flooding likely along coastal areas.
But it’s not the only storm due to hit us, with Storm Eunice also on the way:
It’s turning very unsettled this week with two named storms on the way, #StormDudley on Wednesday and #StormEunice on Friday.
Warnings in place ⚠️
Find out more in our News Story ? https://t.co/OqywLYT9o4 pic.twitter.com/B3KkRGTSBn
— Met Éireann (@MetEireann) February 14, 2022
Met Eireann’s forecast says showery outbreaks of heavy rain will move into parts of the west during the morning, tracking eastwards bringing a risk of spot flooding.
West to southwest winds will increase strong and very gusty, reaching gale force or strong gale on exposed coasts with some coastal flooding possible.
Highest temperatures will range 9 to 14 degrees.