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Dublin: 18 °C Wednesday 5 August, 2020
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Hold onto your hats - it's going to be ultra-windy today

Met Éireann has a wind warning in place for coastal areas until tomorrow.

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TODAY IS SET to be exceptionally windy, so you may need to wrap up warm.

Met Éireann has put a status yellow (the service’s lowest warning level) wind warning in place for all coastal counties, stretching from 6am today until midday tomorrow.

Southerly winds are set to reach average speeds of greater than 46 km/h during today, with the peak blusteriness to be seen this evening. Gale force winds will be seen along the Atlantic coast.

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Most of the country will remain dry, with some patchy wet patches in the west, turning more persistent as the day progresses.

Highest temperatures today will be between nine and 11 degrees Celsius.

Even stronger winds of greater than 56 km/h will be seen early tomorrow.

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