Wind speeds of up to 65km/h are expected along the western counties of Galway, Leitrim, Mayo, Sligo, Clare, Cork and Kerry.
Met Éireann has issued an updated status yellow wind warning, which will be in place from 4pm Friday 7 December to 1am on Saturday morning.
They've advised that there is a risk of flooding, especially in coastal areas, and high seas could also bring a risk of coastal flooding.
Motorists are warned to take care and farmers are urged not to approach any fallen power lines on their land.
The ESB should be contacted in the event of fallen power lines on road or land.
A status yellow wind warning has also been issued for Dublin, Lough, Wicklow and Meath.
Strong winds are expected overnight with winds reaching up to 60km/h and gusts up to 90km/h.
The warning is in place from 7pm Friday 7 December until 3am on Saturday.
A number of the most northern counties in Northern Ireland have also been issued with a yellow wind warning by the UK Met Office.
This will be in place until midnight tonight.
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