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Status yellow weather warning in place for Wednesday

Met Eireann has issued a status yellow wind and rain warning for all of Ireland for tomorrow Wednesday November 2nd.

It will be very windy on Wednesday with widespread gales: southerly veering westerly.

Some severe and damaging gusts may occur.

There is also the potential for localised wave overtopping along Atlantic coasts.

A spell of heavy rain will occur, leading to flooding in places.

The warnings come into force from 4am until 10pm on Wednesday 2nd

Forecast for Wednesday

Very windy on Wednesday with a band of heavy and possibly thundery rain sweeping eastwards across the country during the morning with localised flooding. There will be some severe and potentially disruptive wind gusts, especially in Atlantic coastal counties and near the south coast. Staying very windy or stormy through the afternoon with rain clearing into the Irish Sea and a mix of sunny spells and heavy thundery showers following from the west. Highest temperatures of 10 to 14 degrees with strong or gale force southerly winds, veering southwest to west in direction.

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