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Met Éireann writes:

“Current indications suggest a very strong to near gale force and gusty southwest wind will develop on Sunday along with heavy rain, as Storm Ciara tracks to the north of the country.

“The rain will clear to showers and squally westerly winds later in the day and some of the showers possibly of hail and thunder. Highest temperatures 10 to 13 degrees. Cold overnight with lows 0 to 3 degrees.”

Yikes.

Met Éireann

Carlow Weather tweetz:

Fair play to ESB Networks. Power has been restored to my weather station near Tullow [Co Carlow], top gust at my station was 99.8kmh. Webcam looking east showing nice afternoon after Storm Brendan.

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Earlier: The Brendan Voyage

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Table which includes predicted times of sunrise and sunset over the next month

Carlow Weather tweetz:

“Doesn’t it feel like the darkest morning ever? Dark clouds preventing any moon light makes it a dark morning but the good news is the stretch continues.

“Sunrise of 08:38 this morning but it will be 08:13 by end of month and sunset today at 16:28 will be 17:09 at end of month.

Finally.

Carlow Weather tweetz:

A lovely break in weather today with lots of pleasant winter sunshine. Make the most of it as the next round of wet and very windy weather is already lining up out in the Atlantic and will arrive tonight with an awful day ahead tomorrow. Turning much colder tomorrow evening too.

Sigh.

Meanwhile…

Met Éireann has released a “weather advisory” for Ireland tomorrow, from 4am until 4pm. To wit:

Tuesday will be a blustery day with strong winds and very gusty conditions associated with an active front moving eastwards across the country. Generally, winds will be below warning thresholds but damage to some structures and trees, already weakened from the effects of Storm Atiyah, is possible.

Rain and showers will be heavy at times as well, especially in Atlantic coastal counties.

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In Cork at the weekend…

Met Éireann

Images: Carlow Weather

Oh.

Carlow Weather tweetz:

The Jet stream visible on the air-mass satellite view, this is powering up the low system which is developing out in the Atlantic and will bring heavy rain tonight and tomorrow along with strong winds off South coast.

Meanwhile…

Met Éireann has issued a Status Yellow rainfall warning for Clare, Cork, Kerry and Limerick with the warning remaining in place until midnight tomorrow night.

It’s also issued a Status Yellow wind warning for Wexford, Cork, Kerry and Waterford with the warning remaining in place until 6am on Saturday.

Met Éireann

Govt preparing services for Hurricane Lorenzo (RTÉ)

Carlow Weather tweetz:

“Latest [Hurricane Lorenzo] update: The National Hurricane Center track forecast has been adjusted a little to the left to come into better agreement with the latest consensus aids. Although the spread in the models is not as large as it was yesterday, the forecast beyond 48 hours is still of low confidence.”

Met Éireann ‘closely monitoring’ Hurricane Lorenzo (RTE)

Top pic: National Hurricane Center

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