Northern Ireland yellow weather warning for wind

The Met Office has warned that strong winds could cause disruption in Northern Ireland this week.

A yellow weather warning has been put in place between 6pm on Wednesday and 6pm on Thursday.

Forecasters say that a period of strong winds could bring disruption, particularly in the more northerly areas of Northern Ireland.

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A yellow warning for wind details the potential for disruption to ferry, road, rail and air travel; the possibility of power cuts; damage to buildings and the danger of large waves along coastal areas.

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The Met Office has put a yellow warning for wind in place for later this week. Just recently Storm Barra battered Northern Ireland and motorists were advised to exercise caution in the Marine Highway / Belfast Road area of Carrickfergus as the sea breached the sea wall. Picture By: Arthur Allison/Pacemaker Press.