Temperatures drop lower, Met Eireann issues another warning
Sheetal Sukhija - Sunday 11th February, 2018
The Met Eireann has issued a wind, rain and snow warning
A status yellow warning is already in place in the country
Winds reaching up to 55 and 65 km/h are forecast in Galway
GALWAY, Ireland - Despite a Status Yellow warning remaining in place, the Met Eireann has issued another weather warning for Ireland.
The weather body warned in its latest forecast that as temperatures drop over the next few days, wind, rain and snow are being predicted.
Earlier, the weather body put a status yellow warning in place and has now said that raging winds are predicted for County Galway and the most part of Munster and Leinster.
Met Eireann said that winds are set to reach up to 55 and 65 km/h with some gusts reaching up to 110 km/h.
Connacht, Cavan, Monaghan and Donegal have meanwhile been issued status yellow rain warnings.
The weather body said that rain is set to continue in the affected areas and the rainfall is set to accumulate between 25 and 35 mm in the specified counties.
For Ulster and Connacht, a status yellow snow-ice warning issued earlier is set to get worse and the whole of Ireland is set to face the effect.
Meanwhile, the Met Eireann warned that frosty and snowy showers, with accumulation of 3 cm of snow are being predicted, with a larger amount of snowfall expected on mountainous areas and on higher ground.
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