Met Eireann has issued a yellow wind warning for certain parts of the country
Well, that is far from gorge.
Yesterday, Met Eireann issued a yellow weather warning for rain in certain parts of the country.
And now, we're in for yet another warning, this time, for wind.
Three counties have been hit with a yellow weather warning today, which is in place until Saturday at 3am.
The warning reads:
"Status Yellow - Wind warning for Donegal, Galway and Mayo
"Southwesterly winds will reach mean speeds of 50 to 65km/h at times during the period, with gusts of 80 to 95km/h and a slight risk of localised coastal flooding."
"Valid: 03:00 Friday 21/02/2020 to 03:00 Saturday 22/02/2020
"Issued: 14:00 Thursday 20/02/2020"
So, what about the weather in general this weekend? It isn't super gorge, I can't lie.
The national outlook for tomorrow reads:
"Cold and windy on Saturday with sunny intervals and widespread squally showers. Some of the showers will be of hail and sleet in northern areas with a risk of isolated thunderstorms."
"Highest temperatures will range from 4 to 7 degrees generally but reaching 8 or 9 degrees along the south coast. Winds will be strong west to southwest in direction with gales or strong gales along northern coasts."
As for Sunday, it won't be as bad, but far from a nice day.
"Rather cloudy to start the day on Sunday with some mist and drizzle. However, it is expected to brighten up with good dry periods for a time."
"However, by late afternoon cloud will thicken in the southwest and rain will spread across much of Munster and Connacht by evening time. Maximum temperatures of 5 to 8 degrees. The rain will extend nationwide early on Sunday night accompanied by strong southeast winds. Some snowfall is possible for a time in Ulster and north Connacht."
"Minimum temperatures of 1 to 4 degrees in the north but a much milder 5 to 9 degrees further south."
Yep, Netflix for the weekend!