The current unsettled spell of weather continues and the low pressure system that is forecast to affect Ireland and the UK on Sunday has been officially named Storm Clodagh by Met Éireann.
This makes it the third officially named storm of the joint Met Office Met Éireann pilot project to name storms that affect the UK and Ireland through the autumn and winter 2015/16.
Storms can be named by either the Met Office or Met Éireann.
Met Éireann named the storm on Saturday 28 November having issued an Orange warning for severe gales across Eire for Sunday.
The Met Office has issued a yellow be aware National Severe Weather Warning for wind for a medium likelihood of low impacts from severe gales across some parts of Northern Ireland, Wales, England and parts of southern Scotland.
The strongest winds are expected to reach Northern Ireland around dawn on Sunday, and most areas by the end of the morning, before gradually subsiding from the west during the afternoon and evening.
There remains some uncertainty with the track of this low and the precise wind speeds and areas to be affected. You can keep up to date with the latest on our forecast pages.