Met Éireann has warned there is a “significant risk” of coastal flooding, as Storm Brendan tracks towards the northwest of Ireland next week.
Mayo is one of 11 counties to be issued a Status Orange wind warning from the meteorological service. The warning- issued for Mayo, Galway, Sligo, Donegal and Leitrim- will come into effect on Monday at 7am and remain active until midnight.
Gusts of up to 130km/hr are predicted, highest in coastal areas.
A Status Orange warning is also in place for six other counties until 3pm on Monday, while the rest of the country is under a Status Yellow wind warning.