Met Éireann has issued another Status Yellow - Wind Warning for thirteen counties.
The alert is in place for Dublin; Kildare; Longford; Louth; Offaly; Westmeath; Meath; Cavan; Monaghan; Leitrim; Roscommon; Clare and Kerry from 9pm this evening until 10am on Thursday.
The national weather body has warned that south-west to west winds, later veering westerly with reach mean speeds of 55-65km/hr. Gusts will reach up to 90-125km/hr, with Leinster winds set to be strongest between 2am and 9am.
Status Orange - Wind Warning
Meanwhile, a Status Orange - Wind Warning is still in place for four counties.
The alert is in place for Donegal; Galway; Mayo and Sligo from 9pm this evening until 10am on Thursday.
Met Éireann has warned that south to south-west winds veering westerly associated with Storm Hector will reach mean speeds of 65-80km/KM.
Gusts of 110-125km/hr, with winds set to be strongest in coastal areas. The alert has since been updated - “high spring tides are likely to coincide with the strongest winds leading to a risk of coastal flooding and wave overtopping, Met Éireann has outlined.