Summer Is Truly Over – Met Éireann Has Just Issued This Weather Warning

There'll be winds of up to 100km/h in places


You know summer is definitely over when Met Éireann has to issue a weather warning.

If you're anywhere near the counties of Donegal, Galway, Leitrim, Mayo, Sligo, Clare or Kerry then you may want to wrap up a little warmer and brace yourself for some blustery conditions.

The yellow weather warning is indicating high winds of up to 100km/h in these areas. These conditions are expected to begin at 10am tomorrow and last until 6pm that evening.

The winds are expected to be the highest in the northwest.

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Úna Harty

Úna is a Limerick hun who refers to everyone as either gal or pal. Despite the fact that she’s studying Nanoscience she loves a bitta theatre, a bitta writing and a bitta Gaeilge. You’ll find her in The George most nights of the week covered in glitter trying to keep the Harty Party going. Her diet mainly consists of chocolate, pizza and popcorn.