Met Éireann has issued a second weather warning for Donegal today as heavy downpours and strong winds hit the country.
The northwest is set to be worst affected by the disruptive January weather.
Donegal is the only county to have a status yellow rain warning, which has been issued for 12noon today (Thursday) until midnight tonight.
Storm force winds at the coast are set to create hazardous conditions.
A status yellow wind warning is in place nationwide until 2pm.
Forecasters warn: “Westerly winds will be very strong and gusty today, in the west at first, progressing eastwards in the afternoon, reaching storm force at coastal areas of the northwest.”
Possible impacts of the wind may be downed trees, power outages and travel disruption.
Meanwhile, there is a status orange marine warning from Slyne Head to Rossan Point to Malin Head until 6pm today. “Southwest to west winds will reach storm force 10,” Met Eireann warns.