Tipperary Under Status Yellow Wind Warning Until Tomorrow


Met Eireann is forecasting a period of strong winds for Ireland beginning on Sunday morning.

The cold snap is to end as winds shift to a south west flow with very strong and gusty winds forecast.

The incoming storm is called Isha and it will bring wet and windy weather for the next few days.

A Status Yellow Wind Warning will come into effect on Sunday morning at 11am and is expected to remain in place until 6am on Monday.

Met Eireann is also advising the public to monitor the weather updates for any elevated warnings.The winds could cause significant coastal waves, difficult travelling conditions and debris or loose objects becoming displaced causing safety risks.

A Gale warning on all coastal areas comes into effect from midnight on Saturday until 3am on Sunday.

Southwest winds will reach gale force 8 or higher at times.