Hair we go again! Kilkenny to be battered by gale force winds: Met Éireann
STRONG gales are set to batter Kilkenny as the country was included in another Status Yellow weather warning.
The alert will come into effect at 6am tomorrow and remain in place for a full 14 hours.
And parts of the country could be lashed by storm force winds, Met Éireann has warned.
The national forecaster said today will be blustery with a mixture of sunshine and showers. Temperatures will reach highs of between 6C and 10C with fresh winds.
However, the winds will strengthen tomorrow with strong to gale force winds and severe gusts. They will gradually ease later in the day.
There will be rain in the morning, but this will clear eastwards followed by heavy showers for the rest of the day.
It will be another cold day with highest temperatures reaching 6C to 10C.
Met Éireann said tomorrow night will be breezy with clear spells and scattered showers.
The weekend will see a mixture of sunny spells and scattered showers with frost and ice forming at night.
It will be cold again on Saturday with top temperatures of just 6C to 9C with fresh westerly winds.
Saturday night will be cold with frost and icy patches forming under clear skies.
Sunday will be another bright day with sunny spells and more showers, but it will feel colder than recent days with highs of just 5C to 8C. Met Éireann warned there will be more frost and ice at night.
Meanwhile, the outlook for the early days of next week is for it to be mainly dry, although it will stay cold.