Status Red Weather Warning Issued

A severe weather warning has been issued for Connacht and west Ulster by Met Éireann.

A status red, the highest alert, has been issued this evening for counties Donegal, Galway, Leitrim, Mayo and Sligo.

The Coast Guard has also issued warnings of storms and gusts of up to 150km/h in parts of the country.

The Road Safety Authority has asked road users to take extra care in the bad conditions.


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