[PIC] New map of Ireland shows areas that will be WORST hit by Storm Callum11th Oct 18 | News
Please keep up to date with warnings over the next few hours.
A new picture of vicious Storm Callum's predicted approach to Ireland has been posted on Twitter by Carlow Weather, as the country prepares itself for a rough bout of weather.
Gusts of up to 130kmh for some coastal areas and locally stronger on higher ground and coastline are expected over the coming days.
Three Status Orange warnings are in place. The first Status Orange alert will come into effect tonight at 10pm for Cork and Kerry and will remain in place until 9am on Friday morning.
A second warning covering Donegal, Galway, Sligo, Mayo and Clare will come into effect at midnight and will remain in place until 1pm on Friday.
And a third warning covering Waterford, Wexford, Louth, Dublin, Wicklow and Meath comes into effect at midnight and remains in place until 9am on Friday.
According to Carlow weather, heavy rain is also expected over the next 72 hours, especially in Southeast areas.
"High seas along with high tides also mean a risk of Coastal flooding.
Do not park cars overnight in areas prone to Coastal flooding!!"
Heavy rain also expected over the next 72 hours, especially in Southeast areas. High seas along with high tides also mean a risk of Coastal flooding. Do not park cars overnight in areas prone to Coastal flooding!! #StormCallum pic.twitter.com/aERQ5sksMd— Carlow Weather (@CarlowWeather) October 11, 2018