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Sryan Bruen tweetz:

Storm Brendan *literally* battering the Dublin coast at Clontarf yesterday. Quite the scene.

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Photograph by Mark Taylor

Yesterday: The Brendan Voyage

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This afternoon.

South Wall, Dublin 4.

Dublin City Council writes:

“There is a further high tide predicted for Wednesday 15th January, 2020 at 3pm. As a result the flood defences and car parks will remain closed at Clontarf, Sandymount and along the tidal reaches of the River Dodder. These will be removed on Thursday 16th January.

Dublin City Council will continue to monitor and take necessary action over the coming days.”

Rollingnews

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.

UPDATE:

Earlier: The Brendan Voyage

UPDATE:

UPDATE:

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.

Rollingnews

Earlier: Jump!

Save Poolbeg

This afternoon.

Earlier: Code Orange

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