February 23
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Storm Elin and Storm Fergus will bring gale force winds to parts of Ireland as the Eireann Meteorological Service has issued a number of weather warnings, PA Media reports.

Storm Elin is forecast to cause disruptions beginning Saturday, and Storm Fergus, which will immediately follow, is forecast to produce very strong onshore winds combined with high waves and high tides on Sunday.

Storm Elin is forecast to produce gale-force west-northwest winds and strong gusts, causing disruptions and travel difficulties on Saturday.

Yellow wind warnings have also been issued for Clare, Tipperary, Cavan, and Monaghan.

In Northern Ireland, the UK Met Office has issued a yellow rain warning for Antrim, Down, Tyrone and Londonderry.

The yellow rain warnings indicate that heavy rain will create a risk of localized flooding and some disruption to traffic.

The Met Office also warns that high winds could cause some disruption to transport as waterlogged roads could increase travel times in affected areas.

Several homes and businesses may also be flooded, as well as some disruptions to power and other services.

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