Met Éireann has issued wind and rainfall warnings for tomorrow.
The status yellow wind warning covers the entire country.
Forecasters say winds will gust 90-110km/h on Wednesday, with the strongest winds in coastal areas.
The warning is valid between midday and midnight tomorrow.
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Meanwhile, the status yellow rainfall warning covers eight counties: Carlow, Kilkenny, Wexford, Wicklow, Cork, Kerry, Tipperary and Waterford.
Met Éireann says heavy rain will push northeastwards on Wednesday, with rainfall accumulations of 30-40mm expected.
They are also advising of a risk of localised flooding during tomorrow's rainfall.
That warning is valid from 4am tomorrow until 7pm in the evening.
While tomorrow's forecast is predicting wet and windy conditions, the current forecasts suggest it will be followed by a lot of dry weather on Thursday.