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Dublin: 5 °C Sunday 26 January, 2020
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Status Yellow wind warning for entire country

The wind warning was issued at 7 am this morning and continues until 4 pm.

The warning remains in place until 4 pm this afternoon.
The warning remains in place until 4 pm this afternoon.

A STATUS YELLOW wind warning has been put in place for the entire country with Met Éireann warning of some “severe and damaging gusts”.

The wind warning was issued at 7 am this morning and continues until 4 pm.  

The forecaster says that strong and gusty southwest winds will veer westerly early this afternoon with the occasional gusts meaning a warning is necessary. 

It will continue to be very windy throughout the morning with heavy spells of rain continuing too. 

A status yellow gale warning is in place off Irish coasts. 

Temperatures are predicted to be mild for a time, with highest temperatures of 11 to 13 degrees, but turning colder later.

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