Met Eireann are warning that stormy conditions and severe winds are on the way to Donegal this weekend.
A developing orange wind warning (Storm Deirdre) will track northeast over Ireland during Saturday afternoon and night, from 3pm to 11pm, and will bring wet and windy weather to the county.
Fairly widespread rain this morning, with some heavy falls in places, especially in some southern and western areas, with spot flooding. Windy with strong and gusty southeast winds, but a period of stormy conditions, with some disruptive and damaging gusts will develop… pic.twitter.com/90FDXxOJnZ
— Met Éireann (@MetEireann) December 15, 2018
West or northwest winds will reach speeds of 65km/h with gusts of 100km/h generally, with disruptive and damaging gusts to 130km/h likely for a few hours in western and southern counties in the late afternoon and transferring eastwards during the evening.
There is also a yellow rain warning during Saturday, which will lead to accumulations of 30 to 50mm with some mountainous areas exceeding these limits.