Category Archives: Extreme Weather

Stay In: Code Red Alert Issued As Storm Barra Approaches Ireland – Weather Bomb

Storm Barra: Southwesterly winds later veering northwesterly will reach mean speeds in excess of 80 km/h with severe or damaging gusts in excess of 130km/h. Due to a combination of high waves, storm surge and high tide, coastal flooding is … Continue reading

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Heatwave to last at least another week

Heatwave Day 13 – Enjoy With Caution Met Éireann has issued a warning of drought or near-drought conditions for the entire country as temperatures remained high in most parts of the country today. Hose ban In Dublin, might be extended … Continue reading

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What A Week Hurricane Ophelia & Storm Brian But We Survived!

Storm Ophelia Arrives In Ireland!! Wow!!! Storm Ophelia arrived Monday. OMG! it was the worst storm in 50 years. I saw it coming in from the sea in a black sky and red sun. It was scary. There were few … Continue reading

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Stay In & Stay Safe People Of Ireland During The Storm

Guys a major storm is brewing.Please have your torches, radios, candles, matches and batteries ready. Also have your phone and ESB account numbers and emergency contact no.s. Charge your mobile phones. Cork City Council has activated its severe weather plan … Continue reading

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