NI Weather: Yellow warning as Storm Gareth hits

Posted March 13, 2019

Storm Gareth has been officially named and is on the way as Met Éireann issues three weather warnings - which includes a wind warning for Carlow.

Heavy rain has hit parts of the United Kingdom as Storm Gareth is forecast to bring potentially disruptive weather to the country.

Multiple yellow "be aware" weather warnings covering Northern Ireland, England, Wales and parts of western Scotland will remain in force throughout today and into Wednesday.

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Sustained winds of 50-65kn/he are forecast, with gusts reaching 110km/hr.

Met Eireann has issued three separate weather warnings - a Status Orange and two Status Yellow alerts - as Storm Gareth approaches.

The forecaster warns that there could be some delays to transport and a potential short-term loss of power. A cold front will be sweeping southwards, bringing heavy rain across the British Isles, with snow falling across the Scottish Mountains.

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The winds would gradually ease during the afternoon. There will be rough seas and large waves making western Britain and Irish coastal areas risky.

On 12 March, high wind speeds will be joined by as much as 20-44mm of rainfall in much of the United Kingdom, the Met Office said.

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The Met Office said: "A spell of heavy rain is expected to affect parts of northern England on Monday night before clearing eastward on Tuesday morning".