#AceNewsReport – Dec.06: A Met Office warning has been issued for Northern Ireland from 09:00 GMT Tuesday until midnight the same day: The Atlantic system will bring very strong winds and heavy rain:
#AceWeatherDesk says that #StormBarra Weather Report: Severe weather warnings for wind and rain issued in preparation for Tuesday BY BBC News NI Weather Presenter
The strongest gusts will affect exposed and coastal areas in the region, with potentially damaging and disruptive winds up to 80km/h (50mph) expected widely.
Gusts around the coast could reach speeds up to 115km/h (70 mph).
Those winds could lead to large waves and possible flooding.
Disruption to travel is also likely.
Storm Barra: Severe weather warnings issued across Northern Ireland
Warnings have also been issued across the Republic of Ireland.
Irish weather service Met Éireann is forecasting the strongest winds to the west coast.
A status orange warning – the second-highest level – has been issued for five counties.
They are Clare, Cork, Kerry, Limerick, and Galway.
A yellow warning has been issued for all other counties.
It is also warning of a significant possibility of coastal flooding along the south and west coast.
Storm Barra is the second named storm this season following Storm Arwen.
#AceNewsDesk report …………..Published: Dec.06: 2021:
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