Meanwhile DudleyThe first of two consecutive hurricanes to hit Ireland this week is expected to pound the country on Wednesday afternoon, with Met Éireann warning of possible flooding, power outages and catastrophic winds in the next few days.
The yellow wind warning for Hurricane Dudley went into effect across the country from noon Wednesday to 11:30 pm Wednesday. During this period, westerly winds are expected to average 50 to 65 km / h and winds 80 to 110 km / h.
After DudleyHere it is Younis !
But Ireland, after Dudley, must surrender to Eunice!
A Met Éireann (Irish Meteorological Agency) warning of snow, wind and rain in Ireland on Friday ahead of the storm’s. Younis.
The current yellow weather warning is from 1 a.m. Friday to 3 p.m. Friday. The warning was issued on Wednesday, along with other warnings from Met Éireann about the ‘dangerous’ conditions that the storm was going to bring.
Wind, rain and snow!
Hurricane Eunice will make landfall over Ireland on Thursday evening and Friday, bringing strong winds, heavy rains, snow and sleet, “Met Irian said.
#StormEunice Strong winds, heavy rain and snow are likely to bring challenging and disruptive conditions on Friday.
– Met Eireann (MetEireann) February 16, 2022
Hurricane Eunice is expected to make landfall in the west of England on Friday afternoon.
When Hurricane Eunice passes, the forecast is for low temperatures with hail, sleet and snow.
We invite you all to be extra vigilant in the days to come! Find all the information on the website Meit Eireann
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