Key Messages for Storm Callum

Key Messages for Storm Callum

Key Messages for Storm Callum

Though peak winds have abated in most areas this morning, the aftermath of Storm Callum is still being felt around Ireland, and especially in coastal counties.

Storm Callum came and, as of Friday afternoon/evening, will have left without too much bother.

Met Éireann are keeping the Orange Status Wind Warning in place for Donegal, Galway, Mayo, Sligo and Clare until 5pm on Friday evening, while the rest of the country will be taken off the orange status as of 9am on Friday morning.

A yellow weather warning is in place tomorrow across large parts of north west and west Wales, with further heavy and persistent rainfall forecast.

A 36-hour amber warning for Wales has been issued where almost a month's rain could fall over 48 hours.

There is a chance that homes and businesses could be flooded, causing damage to some buildings.

Storm Callum bringing periods of heavy rain during Friday and continuing into Saturday - particularly over south facing hills.

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Some areas of Wales and parts of Scotland could get a further 50mm to 80mm of rain on Saturday.

Met Office Shawbury said wind was expected to pick up on Friday along with outbreaks of rain. In some place gusts are set to hit 50-60mph.

Both Chirk Castle and Erddig Hall have also been closed throughout today due to the high winds.

"In addition, these winds may increase autumnal leaf fall, which would increase the potential for blocked drains and culverts, heightening the flooding risk".

'We are also starting to see the rain push in to parts of south-west England and part of the Republic of Ireland, ' Met Office meteorologist Alex Burkhill said.

SEPA said that high tides are expected to affect the area Argyll and Bute and Ayrshire and Arran and Skye and Lochaber in particular, due to "a storm surge and large waves" associated with the storm. They also warn of potential power cuts, possible delays or cancellations to train and bus services.

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