Met Éireann with Orange Warning as Hurricane Aiden is likely to bring in strong wind to Ireland and cause major damage.
It is expected that heavy wind speeding up to 130km/h will hit the country on Saturday early morning and this might result in heavy damage.
Donegal, Galway, Mayo, Sligo and Clare are under orange alert and it will be in place from 8am to 4pm tomorrow.
At the same time the orange status wind warning for Carlow, Kilkenny, Wexford, Wicklow, Cork, Kerry and Waterford will come into effect at 5am tomorrow and remain in place until 10am.
Aiden is expected to swift through Ireland at an average speed of 65 to 80 kilometers per hour.
However, Met Éireann warns that if the wind speed rises to 100 to 130 kilometers per hour, it will wreak havoc in Ireland.
Meanwhile, yellow warnings are in place across the country from 1am to 3pm tomorrow due to strong winds and rain.
Met Éireann warns people to be vigilant as Hurricane Aiden is expected to make landfall in various parts of the country and cause widespread damage.