Here’s the story with this week’s Status Yellow Wind warning for Cork
You have the day to tie down the trampoline.
Met Éireann has issued a Weather Warning for Cork due to kick in late tonight, with high winds set to batter the county all day on Wednesday.
The national forecaster issued an alert for Cork, Clare, Kerry, Limerick, Galway, and Mayo with “very strong west-to-northwest winds developing.”
“Widespread gusts of between 90 and 110 km/h expected, stronger in coastal areas and over higher ground. Wave overtopping in coastal areas.” the forecaster said.
The Status Yellow weather warning is valid from 1am on Wednesday morning to 5pm on Wednesday evening.
Meanwhile, rain will become widespread during this morning with heavy downpours in places during the afternoon and early evening.
A clearance to showers will follow later but it will be blustery with fresh southerly winds and very windy for a time later this afternoon and evening with winds increasing strong and gusty, and veering west.
Highest temperatures will range between nine and 11 degrees.
It will be blustery at first after dark with strong winds along western coasts of Munster, becoming very windy overnight with strong or very strong westerly winds, and gales developing along Atlantic coasts. Isolated thunderstorms are also possible tonight as temperatures dip to between one and four degrees.