The north west could be facing gusts reaching 80-110km/h with high tides that could lead to large coastal waves and some coastal flooding over the next three days.
It’s as two weather systems are on the way, Storm Dudley this afternoon and Storm Eunice on Thursday night and Friday.
Met Éireann has issued a nationwide yellow wind warning for Storm Dudley until Thursday afternoon, with very strong and gusty westerly winds forecast.
While today will be a windy and gusty day everywhere, the winds will be especially strong in hilly areas and along exposed coasts..
The strong winds in combination with high tides could lead to large coastal waves and some coastal flooding in parts of the west and northwest.
Met Eireann Meteorologist Paul Downes has been telling Ocean FM News what’s in store for the north west during the coming days:
Bundoran RNLI Volunteer Lifeboat is asking people to be extremely cautious if near the shoreline, especially along exposed cliffs, seafronts and piers.
Shane Smyth is Bundoran RNLI press officer: