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Three weather warnings issued for snow-ice, rain and wind

Galway, Clare, Cork and Kerry are listed in two of the warnings.

STORM CLODAGH MAY have passed through the country but now we have another three weather warnings to deal with.

Met Éireann has issued three separate status yellow alerts for snow-ice, rainfall and wind.

The snow-ice warning has been issued for Donegal, with up to 3 cm of snow in parts of the county this morning.

A wind warning has been issued for Wexford, Galway, Clare, Cork, Kerry and Waterford with gusts reaching up to 90 km/h. The wind warning will remain in place until 2pm today.

Galway, Clare, Cork and Kerry are getting a double hit as they are also listed in the rainfall warning, along with Limerick.

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Rainfall of 25 to 35 mm is forecast with up to 45 mm possible in Kerry.

This is quite a lot of miserable weather and we haven’t even made it into December yet!

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