Counties Cavan and Monaghan are expected to be impacted in terms of rainfall and strong winds as Storm Agnes is set to cross the region tomorrow. It's the first named storm of the winter, with the possibility of warnings being upgraded further in the next 24 hours.
While there is a status yellow wind warning for Leinster and Munster throughout tomorrow, Cathal Nolan of Irelands Weather Channel believes border counties will still be effected.
Speaking on this morning's Joe Finnegan Show, Mr Nolan said that although winds will "weaken" throughout the midlands and border regions, locals should remain on guard for strong gusts to cause potential disruption.
While the weather expert predicts Storm Agnes will move through the country "swiftly," he believes it is important for people to remain vigilant at all times.
"While the primary area of concern is Leinster and Munster, winds in the border region could still gust from 80 to 100 kmph which is strong enough to cause some disruption," he explained." As a result, Mr Nolan is calling on locals to keep a look at the weather forecast and to take extra precautions tomorrow when out and about.