Storm Ewan Rams West Coast as Bad Weather continues

Met Éireann has issued a status yellow weather warning for western coastal counties with winds reaching speeds of 50-65 km/h.

The latest winter storm, Storm Ewan, arrived on the south west coast earlier this morning.

Just days after Storm Doris covered the northern half of the country, the latest storm has resulted in an orange marine warning for the south coast.

Storm Ewan Rams West Coast

Storm Ewan Bringing strong wind and cold air to the west coast

Donegal, Leitrim, Mayo and Sligo can expect another morning of high winds and heavy rain with gusts of between 90-110km/h hitting the west coast early on Tuesday.




The forecaster has also issued status yellow marine gale warnings on all Irish coastal waters and on the Irish Sea with a small craft warning also in place on all coasts.

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