The wind warning is in place for the whole of Ireland, it will be valid from 9am on Monday until 6am on Tuesday.
While there is no specific warning for Limerick, Clare, Cork, Kerry and Tipperary are all the subject of status yellow warnings.
WE may have been promised sun, but this week looks set to get off to a miserable start after Met Éireann issued two weather warnings today.
As well as this, there will be a possibility of localised spot flooding, Met Eireann warned.
Donegal's weather is due to pick up later in the week with forecasts indicating that it will hit the high teens by Thursday.
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"The rain and strong winds will spread eastwards to most places during the afternoon turning persistent and heavy". Showers and sunny spells are on the cards and the heavy winds are expected to decrease later in the day.
Lowest temperatures will be from 5 to 8 degrees with mostly moderate south to southwest winds but fresh to strong and gusty along southern and Atlantic coasts. "Highest temperatures of 11 to 14 degrees with fresh to strong and gusty southeast winds, veering southwesterly later in the day".
Met Éireann said Tuesday will be wet at first over eastern counties but it will brighten up later in the day with highest temperatures of between 13 and 16 degrees. It will be a bit cloudier in the west with a risk of some rain or drizzle along the coast.
Friday and next weekend will be largely dry with sunny spells and light winds.