This evening.

Pic: David Costello


This afternoon.

Dun Laoghaire, County Dublin.


Earlier: Meanwhile, In Galway

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    1. martco

      you couldn’t fly a kite in it @scottser

      caught the 6 news
      all the outdoor correspondents plastered up on the screen on a good old command-centre style wall (all was missing were the wardrobe sized mainframes in the background with flashing lights & reel to reel tapes & feint boopedy-boop-chick-a-chick-ah noises)

      Mannion was there…wryly smiling…willing (in her head) something bad to happen (gawd I wish I was working at a TV station in Florida where they get “real” weather) actually looking closely I think she might have been leaning to the left a bit to make it look like, y’know.

      waves as high as a 2 storey house!! another uttered…at some buoy 200 miles out in the Atlantic where, y’know, the waves are known to reach up a few metres time to time

      do you recall Hurricane Charlie scottser? what in jasus would the disaster p0rn squad have done with themselves atall?

      seriously tho, I hope not too much damage or flooding comes for the West tonight & nobody goes climbing up their roof ‘cos the ariel isn’t working like an eejit.

      1. Steph Pinker

        martco, you’re one of the few commenters on BS who makes me laugh [regardless of topic], and, you say it as it is which is refreshing :)

    1. Tea And Brexits

      Same in Dun Laoghaire. Lines outside Tesco of people with bags of sliced pans looking for a refund. It’s all BS.

  1. Gabby

    Kingstown ain’t seen really stormy weather yet. For cheap thrills just watch a video recording of the Ireland-Russia game, over and over.

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