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“Isha Storm Sparks Orange Alert Across All Counties in Ireland”

Dublin: Ireland is bracing for the imminent arrival of Storm Isha, with weather forecasters predicting potentially severe consequences for the country. The storm is anticipated to make landfall from Erris Head to Bloody Foreland to Fair Head on Sunday, carrying a force 10-11 intensity described as an ‘aggressor.’ An orange alert has been declared for all counties in Ireland, effective from 5 p.m. on Sunday, in anticipation of the storm originating from the northwest.

This alert is slated to remain in effect for all counties until 2 a.m. on Monday, except for Donegal, where the warning extends until 5 a.m. on Monday. Additionally, a yellow wind alert is set to span the entire country from Sunday morning until 4 a.m. on Monday, accompanied by a red marine alert in place from 7 p.m. until Monday morning.

The forecasted impacts include the potential for high waves and the uprooting of trees and other objects along coastal areas. Motorists are strongly advised to exercise extreme caution due to the likelihood of power outages and flooding.

In Northern Ireland, a yellow alert has been issued for all counties until 12 noon on Monday. The public is urged to exercise extra care during travel, particularly along coastal roads prone to flooding. Drivers are advised to remain vigilant for waterlogging, while ongoing monitoring of river levels and tides will be crucial throughout the warning period.


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