11 February, 2018
Southwest to west winds will reach mean speeds of between 55 and 65 km/h with gusts up to 110 km/h possible.
The wind warning for Munster, Leinster and Galway applies to Saturday afternoon and evening.
Met Éireann have issued two status yellow weather warnings - including a countrywide snow-ice one - for this weekend.
As the rain clears on Saturday night more wintry showers of snow with a "slight risk of thundery burst", sleet and hail will fall overnight.
Temperatures are likely to drop to around zero overnight.
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"Next week, the weather will remain in its changeable phase, going between milder and colder spells with further spells of snow".
Forecasters expect frequent, heavy hail and snow showers overnight and throughout the day, leading to snow accumulating on many surfaces from 6am onwards.
Monday is forecast to be relatively calm, but will be followed by four days of heavy rain and bitter winds and temperatures across Britain plummet towards sub zero. Frost and icy patches will develop also.
Tuesday will be cold, with good sunny spells and some scattered wintry showers for a time. Highest temperatures will range from 9°C to 12°C.
PARENTS hoping to make the most of the half term break will be left disappointed as heavy rain and snow gear up to batter Britain for almost all of next week. Daytime temperatures of just 1 to 4 degrees with moderate to fresh and gusty west to northwest winds. Isolated showers will continue into the afternoon. Sharp or severe frost and icy patches will develop at night.