Damian O’Halloran, of Weatheir.com, writes:
We are on course to see rainfall records for February being broken at some stations in Ireland. Rainfall amounts in the western half of Ireland are almost three times greater than those recorded in the east so far this month.
Cork-based political scientist Theresa Reidy tweetz:
“Well today is the first time I’ve seen tornado show up as current weather conditions outside.”
Yesterday: Met, Wet, West
Another impressive storm out in the Atlantic with center pressure expected to drop to 947hPa. Thankfully for us it is heading North towards Iceland and then head Northeast towards the Norwegian Sea. This system has not been named! pic.twitter.com/PYXIuClp0w
— Carlow Weather (@CarlowWeather) February 19, 2020
In Grange, Tullow, Co Carlow…
St Brigid’s National School tweetz:
“Some very ‘persuasive writing’ from 4th class as to why they should play in the sneachta.”
Also, in fairness.
Let them out for pity’s sake.
A quick video summing up Storm Ciara for me here in Dublin. pic.twitter.com/RFDllvcQKY
— Sryan Bruen (@SryanBruen) February 11, 2020
Meanwhile, the Status Yellow snow/ice warning for the whole country continues until midnight tonight, while a Status Yellow wind warning continues for Donegal, Galway, Leitrim, Mayo, Sligo, Clare and Kerry until 8pm tonight.
Via Met Éireann
Nuala has the latest on updated #wind warnings ahead of #StormCiara. Yellow for wind and rain for most of the country but #orange for winds for #Donegal #Mayo & #Galway at certain times. Thanks to Margaret Martin for her beautiful photo of Donegal #calmbeforethestorm pic.twitter.com/upvnLqyThu
— RTE Weather (@WeatherRTE) February 7, 2020
— Met Éireann (@MetEireann) February 7, 2020
You’ve got a big storm coming.
Met Éireann issued a Status Yellow rain and wind warning.
The rain warning pertains to Donegal, Galway, Mayo and Kerry and is valid from 3pm today until 11am tomorrow.
The wind warning affects Connacht and Donegal and is valid from 3pm today until 3pm tomorrow.
Via Met Éireann
Met Éireann issued a Status Yellow wind warning for the whole country for tomorrow from noon until midnight.
It also issued a Status Yellow rain warning for Carlow, Kilkenny, Wexford, Wicklow, Cork, Kerry, Tipperary and Waterford from 4am tomorrow morning until 7pm tomorrow evening.
Met Éireann issued a Status Yellow snow/ice warning for Cavan, Donegal, Leitrim, Mayo, Roscommon and Sligo from around midnight tonight until midnight tomorrow.
It’s also issued a Status Yellow wind warning for Donegal from 5pm this evening until 5pm tomorrow.
Via Met Eireann
Puerto Rico is literally getting the tail-end of the frontal system impacting Ireland and Britain as this infrared satellite image shows. Colder air follows North and West of the denoted blue line.