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A Status Yellow Wind warning has been issued for the North West. The warning affects counties Sligo, Leitrim, Donegal, Mayo, Galway and Clare. Met √Čireann expect westerly winds reaching mean speeds of 55 to 65 km/h with gusts of up to 90 to 110km/h. The warning comes into affect from…

A status yellow snow and ice warning has been extended until Sunday. In the north west today, it’s expected to be generally dry . . .but it will remain cold. However, motorists are urged to remain cautious because of fallen snow and ice, as Met Eireann forecaster Vincent O Shea…

A very cold night with severe frost. That’s the latest prediction from Met Eireann as the north west braces for the second night of the first cold snap of the winter. Freezing conditions will make driving conditions hazardous again tomorrow, Thursday, morning and motorists are again advised to be extremely…

  As the north west deals with the aftermath of its first extensive snowfall of the winter, weather forecasters say the remainder of this afternoon, evening and tonight is expected to be mainly dry. However, the cold snap is expected to last until the end of the week. Speaking to…

Snow is forecast to fall around the country over the coming days. And the north and west of the country can be expected to see the worst of the weather Met Eireann has issued a status yellow snow-ice warning for the entire country from tomorrow, Tuesday, morning until Saturday. Met…

The ESB is working to restore power to homes impacted by strong winds last night. Most of the power cuts were in the west and northwest, with just over 300 premises currently affected this morning. Collooney, Gurteen and Enniscrone in Co. Sligo and Manorhamilton in Co. Leitrim are affected with…