Storm Eleanor Is Making Her Way Across Ireland


Ireland is set to experience the first storm of 2018 as Storm Eleanor is due to hit our shores this afternoon.

Storm Eleanor is expected to move in from the Atlantic later this afternoon and will move quite quickly across the country with sweeping winds.

Met Éireann have put in place a status orange weather warning for Munster, Leinster and south Galway as they try to warn of the upheaval the storm can potentially pose.

Winds of up to 130km are expected in certain parts with the strongest of the winds early tonight along the east coast, and authorities are calling on the public to be vigilant, especially on the roads.

Moreover, there is also a risk of coastal flooding for some areas, while the warning is in place from Tuesday, January 2nd at 4pm until 9pm.

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