Status Orange Wind Warning Iss...


Status Orange Wind Warning Issued For Dublin

Laura Donnelly
Laura Donnelly

03:33 6 Dec 2021

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Status red wind warnings will operate in Clare, Cork and Kerry tomorrow as Storm Barra heads for Ireland.

Gardai say Dublin, Wicklow and Kildare are also expected to be severely impacted from 6am until 11am

The alert for Cork and Kerry will run from 6am until 9pm, while for Clare it will be in effect from 4pm until 1am.

Met Eireann is warning of damaging gusts with likely disruption to travel and power.

Similar orange and yellow warnings will be operating nationwide.

An Garda Síochána is appealing to the public to take care and exercise caution as ‘Storm Barra’ impacts across the country this Tuesday 7th December, 2021.
Met Éireann has issued orange and red wind warning for the west coast which will come into effect from tomorrow at 6am, Tuesday 7th to 6am Wednesday 8th December, 2021.  The wind will be the biggest risk but there will also be very heavy rain.  This rain is in conjunction with high tides creates a significant flood and tide-lock risk.
The heaviest impacts of 'Storm Barra' will be felt particularly in the West, with Cork, Kerry and Clare in a status red warning. Limerick and Galway are expected to go to a status red warning. Orange marine warnings are already in place, and these are also valid on land in coastal regions.
Dublin, Wicklow and Kildare are also expected to be severely impacted from 6am Tuesday until 11am Tuesday morning, 7th December, 2021.

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