County Louth has been included in a list of 13 counties which are on orange alert for strong winds.
The coastal counties are expected to see strong winds of up to 130 kilometers per hour, while winds of 110 kilometers per hour are to hit inland counties.
Met Eireann said: "Strong winds associated with Storm Callum, coinciding with high spring tides will affect Ireland on Thursday night and Friday morning".
Ireland will bear the brunt of the storm, but gusts of 80mph are expected in parts of Scotland, with up to 10cm of rain falling.
In Galway, council crews are rolling out the city's aquadam ahead of potential high-tides of up to six metres.
A yellow wind warning is also in place for Carlow, Kildare, Kilkenny, Laois, Longford, Offaly, Westmeath, Cavan, Monaghan, Leitrim, Roscommon, Limerick and Tipperary.More news: Updates as full list announced, Ronaldo, Messi, Salah, Modric contenders
The Met Office has issued yellow warnings for torrential rains and winds to hit Northern Ireland, western parts of Scotland, Wales and northern parts of England as Storm Callum strikes this weekend. Gusts 50 to 60 miles per hour are likely in some places, with potential for gusts of 70 to 80 miles per hour around exposed coasts and hills. "In addition, leaves and twigs, brought down by the wind, could block drains and culverts, increasing the likelihood of flooding".
Storm Callum will brings winds of up to 85mph, battering coastal towns with huge waves and risk of floods. Vehicles were stranded roads were submerged in Oban, while several landslips blocked the A83 in Argyll.
Storm Callum will end Britain's mid-week heatwave, which will see millions of Britons bake in another Indian summer.
Gary White, NRW's Duty Tactical Manager, said: "The current forecasted rain could cause flooding this week, especially in south and west Wales, and we are urging people to prepare themselves". On Saturday the rain could become even heavier.
Ms Donnelly said there would be a risk of flooding in places.