Strong winds are expected to continue to cause disruption across Wales on Thursday, according to the Met Office.
Cork County Council said that its weather assessment team met today to plan for possible coastal flooding, as a result of heavy rainfall, tidal surge and expected high winds.
Meanwhile, there's still a Status Yellow wind warning in place for the rest of the country valid from 5am on Wednesday until 4pm on the same day.
While the Portsmouth area is outside the weather warning, the city is set to experience strong winds again today.
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Hold on to your hats, Storm Diana is sweeping in from the west bringing 70mph gales and rain.
"In either case, winds will moderate by late morning across western England and Wales, then by mid afternoon across northern England and southeast Scotland".
Met Office spokesman Richard Miles said the warnings are at the "lower end of the impact scale", but advised people to be cautious in the conditions.
LARGE parts of Ireland look set to be issued with a Status Orange weather warning ahead of the arrival of Storm Diana on Wednesday. Severe gales are likely in the South West.
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Meanwhile, Cathal Nolan from the Midland Weather Channel expects similar conditions.
On Thursday, two more warnings for strong winds will cover south-west England, Wales, north-west England and Scotland, where gusts could reach 80mph.
The weather caused 62 flights from Heathrow to be cancelled and 380 to be delayed by more than 15 minutes on Tuesday morning. "Heavy rain is also likely with totals of up to 35 mm possible in some places".
"Rain and the strongest winds will gradually retreat to the North East".
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Thursday will be cool and blustery with a mix of bright spells and occasional showers.