Turning drier for a time this afternoon with a few showers, but further rain and strong wind arriving later.
Forecasters also say there is a "danger to life" from beach material being thrown up onto the coast. Some western coastal areas could see gusts of 80mph.
Britain is braced for a wet and windy start to 2018, with two weather warnings issued for this week about wind gusts of up to 80 miles per hour (mph), or some 129 kilometres per hour (kph), as Storm Eleanor approaches.
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Met Éireann predicted counties such as Dublin, Carlow, Kildare, Laois, Longford, Louth, Wicklow, Offaly, Westmeath, Meath, South Galway, Clare, Limerick and Tipperary would be especially affected by the storm, which has been named Eleanor.
Later this afternoon they will also be looking to issue Flood Warnings for areas along the coast where we forecast potential flooding of properties.
The Environment Agency warned earlier that strong winds and high tides could bring coastal flooding from Tuesday until Thursday.
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The warning is valid from 4pm today (Tuesday) until 10pm tonight.
Deputy chief forecaster Dan Harris added that next weekend could bring a return of colder conditions with a risk of frost, ice and wintry conditions, particularly in the north.
He said: "Torrential rain and gale-force winds are a recipe for driving disaster".
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"Drivers will need to take extra care and expect delays, even on motorways".