The alert remains in place until 5am tomorrow, while a status orange wind warning is in place, for Galway, Mayo and Donegal.
Elsewhere, a flight heading for Gatwick airport has had divert to Manchester after two failed attempts to land during high winds.
Storm Erik is set to bring strong gusts and heavy rain to the United Kingdom, as the weekend gets off to a wet and windy start.
The highest winds will be in exposed coastal areas, where these values may be exceeded at times.
UK Power Networks is advising the public to report any power cuts or damaged power lines by ringing 105 and to stay well clear of damaged cables.
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Met Éireann website forecast issued Issued at 7.28pm on February 7.
She said: "We're expecting a widespread frost on Sunday night and into Monday, and the unsettled weather will continue into the start of next week". Potentially damaging gusts on the west coast through the morning and for much of the day on north coasts.
A yellow weather warning for wind and rain is in place from 9am.
The forecaster added: "The showers will be most frequent in the west and north, with an ongoing risk of hail and thunder, but they will gradually become more isolated towards evening".
Monday is predicted to have a cold morning, later becoming drier and sunnier.