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This afternoon.

Met Éireann has issued a Status Yellow wind warning for Connacht, Cavan, Donegal, Clare, Kerry and Limerick.

They say:

“Southwest winds will reach mean wind speeds between 55 to 65km/h with gusts of 90 to 110km/h, strongest near coasts where these limits may be exceeded for a short period later on Thursday night.”

Met Éireann warnings

Carlow Weather tweetz:

Sherkin Island gusting to 93kmh in the past hour as low system approaches Southwest. Fastnet Lighthouse has hit 112kmh (offshore and elevated). Heavy rain and strong winds expected across the country today with Yellow weather warnings in operation.

Meanwhile…

Sigh.

Previously: Incoming

*Squelch*

Yesterday: Winter’s Coming

UPDATE:

This afternoon.

Met Éireann extended a rainfall warning (25mm to 40mm) for counties Carlow, Kilkenny, Wexford, Wicklow, Cork, Tipperary and Waterford until 9pm tonight.

*Squelch*

National Warnings (Met Éireann)

This morning, at 6am.

Met Éireann issued a high temperature warning which will remain in place until Friday.

The forecaster says temperatures will rise hit 27°C in places today and rise further over the next few days.

Meanwhile…

Thirty-two!

Carlow Weather writes:

We have our first Weather Warning for high temperatures now, as it will get above 27c today. The latest charts show little if any breakdown up to and including the weekend. I’ll have a further update around lunch time with the latest information.

Via Met Eireann and Carlow Weather

Meanwhile…

In fairness.

Met Eireann tweetz:

Dry and mostly sunny. Top temperatures 19 to 22 C, generally, with light easterly or variable breezes. But fresher along parts of the east and south coasts, with values of 15 to 17 C., due to local onshore sea breezes.

Twenty-two

Met Eireann

Update:

Oh.

Met Eireann tweetz:

Wet and windy with heavy rain, especially over Munster and south Leinster with risk of spot flooding. Top temperatures 8 to 11 degrees in very strong and gusty southeasterly winds.

UPDATE:

Earlier.

In Dublin city centre.

Hate when that happens.