'High Probability' Storm Lorenzo Will Track Closer To Ireland

Met Eireann has issued a warning of "potential stormy conditions" this Thursday and Friday with a "high probability" that Storm Lorenzo will track close to or over Ireland.

The forecaster said that "high seas, severe winds and heavy rain" are expected later on Thursday and early Friday.

The advisory is applicable from midday on Thursday to midday on Friday.

Weather warnings are expected to be issued on Wednesday morning.

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