Update courtesy of Ireland’s Weather Channel
⚠️SEVERE WEATHER ALERT
⚠️STORM FORCE WINDS & COASTAL FLOODING
A deepening storm with a central pressure of 988 hPa currently lies to the southwest of Ireland. The storm will track north-northeastwards off the west coast of Ireland, with a central pressure reading of 964 hPa expected. Storm Force 10 winds will occur along exposed Atlantic coastal counties of the west and northwest, with Violent Storm Force 11 winds occurring at Sea.
Wind gusts along exposed coasts may reach up to 120-130 km/h, though more generally up to 120 km/h. Further inland through the west and northwest winds will gusts up to 115 km/h. In the yellow warning zone winds of up to 110 km/h are possible, especially in exposed locations. Some minor disruption to power services may occur, with dangerous driving conditions at times.
Coastal flooding may also be an issue, especially so during the morning high tides, which are reaching their current maximum phase. Sea swells of up to 10-11 metres are possible due to the combination of low pressure and violent storm force 11 winds at sea.
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