Wintry conditions to hit the north west with the arrival of storm Eunice


The north west  is bracing itself for wintry conditions that is expected to hit the region tomorrow morning.


The State’s emergency weather response team is warning of potential power cuts ahead of the arrival of Storm Eunice.


The storm’s expected to arrive early tomorrow morning, bringing strong winds and coastal flooding.


A yellow alert for wind, rain and snow will cover the country with snow expected fall mainly in Connacht and Ulster.


A Status Orange Wind Warning’s will be in place in seven southern counties.


It’s the second storm in a number of days, after Storm Dudley passed over the north of the country yesterday.


Head of the National Directorate for Fire and Emergency Management, Keith Leonard, says people need to plan ahead: