Storm Eleanor set to batter West Sussex

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The weather alert has been issued by Met Eireann with high winds expected across most counties including Kilkenny.

Flying debris could lead to injuries or danger to life, while some damage to buildings is likely, it has said.

Storm Eleanor, the fifth winter storm of the season, is expected to make landfall this evening. Some western coastal areas could see gusts of 80mph.

A yellow weather warning has been issued across the South-east ahead of the arrival of Storm Eleanor tonight (Tuesday).

Coastal roads and properties along Britain's western and southern coasts are vulnerable to high waves throwing beach material on to sea fronts, forecasters warned.

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The Met Office predicted gusts of 60-70 miles per hour, or about 97-113 kph, and said western coastal areas could be hit by 80mph (129kph) winds. If you are in areas affected by the flood warnings please be prepared and where necessary take action to protect property, friends and family.

A wind warning is in place for Dublin, Galway, Clare, Carlow, Kildare, Laois, Longford, Louth, Wicklow, Offaly, Westmeath, Meath, Limerick and Tipperary.

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.

"Drivers will need to take extra care and expect delays, even on motorways".