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Dublin: 18 °C Wednesday 5 August, 2020

If your windows are shaking they're going to stay that way overnight

A national weather warning is in place.

wind 30 march Source:

WIND GUSTS OF over 100km/h are being predicted tonight with Met Éireann issuing a status yellow weather warning for the entire country.

The strong overnight winds are expected to have a mean speed of 50-60 km/h with gusts of 90-105 km/h in many areas.

Widespread rain is also being predicted and will continue into tomorrow becoming heavy at times.

Lowest temperatures are being predicted at between 3 to 7 degrees but Met Éireann say it will be too windy for frost to form.

The UK’s Met Office has also put a weather warning in place for Britian and Northern Ireland.

Read: The snow’s going to BUCKET down tonight >

Read: Snow is on the way… but first we have to battle with battering winds >

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