Any Storm In A Storm


From top: Head of Forecasting at Met Éireann Evelyn Cusack; from left: Minister of State for the Office of Public Works and Flood Relief Kevin Boxer Moran, Minister for Housing, Planning and Local Government Eoghan Murphy ; and Minister of State for Housing and Development Damien English

This afternoon.

Minister for Local Government Eoghan Murphy advised those in coastal areas to stay away from the sea. He said there was a risk of increased flooding, fallen trees and power outages and he advised people to monitor Met Éireann’s updates.

Met Éireann Head of Forecasting Evelyn Cusack said the wind warning “may be extended to across the Midlands and East for two hours tomorrow afternoon”.

Public told to heed advice as Storm Jorge approaches (RTÉ)


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10 thoughts on “Any Storm In A Storm

  1. GiggidyGoo

    And they still haven’t heard of Microsoft ‘Teams’, Skype, E-Mail etc. etc. etc. Nope. A big day out for the lads to listen to the weather forecast, and have a nice coffee and biscuit. I’d say the Met people are embarrassed by this gathering of knops.

  2. Deckydancer

    Who remembers hurricane Charlie? We never have hurricanes any more just red orange or yellow storms

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