The Brendan Voyage

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This afternoon.

South Wall, Dublin 4.

Poolbeg lighthouse hit by high waves from storm Brendan.

The head of forecasting at Met Éireann has said there will be “several hours of very dangerous weather” as Storm Brendan tracks across the country, as gusts of up to 135km/h have been recorded in the west.

Almost 50,000 homes and businesses have been left without power and there are reports that numerous trees have fallen across counties Cork, Kerry and Donegal.

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8 thoughts on “The Brendan Voyage

  1. D

    > Almost 50,000 homes and businesses have been left without power and there are reports that numerous trees have fallen across counties Cork, Kerry and Donegal.

    yet the gubmint are to ban the sale of petroleum and diesel cars in less than 10 years.

    great idea, jackasses!

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      1. D

        how do you recharge a battery?

        also, how will your heat pump in your new build work after ye ban oil/gas boilers when the power is out?

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        1. Rob_G

          This won’t affect people living in Stoneybatter, as we all go around on micro-scooters, so we don’t care.

          (no gas boiler I have ever encountered come across works without electricity, btw, so not sure how well that supports your argument).

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