Very strong south to southwesterly winds will develop with gusts of 60-70 mph possible between midnight and 13:00 tomorrow afternoon. There is a risk of disruption to travel.
It comes nearly a week after heavy rain and strong winds brought chaos and a trail of devastation to the Island.
For Wednesday, the Met Office have issued a yellow warning for rain with another active Atlantic frontal system and deepening area of low pressure that is expected to push northeastwards across the UK.
A combination of strong winds and moist air will give locally significant rainfall accumulations especially over south-facing coasts and hills with heavy rain at times with rainfall totals expected to be widely 10-20 mm, but as much as 30-40 mm in some parts. South or southwesterly gales with gusts 50-60 mph may also accompany the rain.
With ground already saturated over much of this area, the public should be aware of the risk of further localised flooding.
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