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Sunday 28 May 2023 Dublin: 14°C

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Status Yellow warnings as 'unseasonably windy weather' expected across the country
It will be another warm day today with top temperatures of 16 to 20 degrees.
# Status orange
Storm Brendan: 32,000 still without power as Status Orange warning remains for five counties until midnight
A number of flights to and from Shannon Airport have been cancelled.
# Louisiana
Millions of US residents braced as Storm Barry nears hurricane strength as it approaches coast
Forecasters predict heavy rains, a potential storm surge and flooding reminiscent of 2005′s Hurricane Katrina.
# Supermarket Sweep
These are the top-selling goods we've stocked up on for Storm Emma
Confirmed: Ireland has gone bread mad (but we also like a sneaky bottle of wine in a snowstorm).
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Ex-Hurricane Ophelia has battered Ireland. Here's what you need to know
Storm Ophelia made its way through the country after making landfall in Kerry this morning.
# batten down the hatches
Pictures: Hurricane Nate wreaks havoc but impact far less severe than feared
There were no immediate reports of deaths due to the storm.
# take it easy
Galway gardaí warning to rag week revellers as they start early on 'Donegal Tuesday'
Tonight is expected to the busiest of the week as part of the city’s unofficial rag week.
# Dislike
Storm Barbara winds so strong they blew a window off Facebook's HQ
The centre of the storm tracked very close to Ireland yesterday.
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Warnings from Coast Guard as Storm Barbara rolls in
The north-west coast will be most affected by the storm, with gusts of up to 120km/h expected.
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The deadliest storms to ever hit Europe
The worst year was 1999 when two storms resulted in 140 fatalities.
# rush hour hell
Storm Barney is ripping down trees and creating travel chaos all over Ireland
Trees are down, flights are being disrupted and some ferry crossings are off.
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Tie down those wheelie bins ... it's going to get fierce windy out there tonight
Gusts of 110km are on the way.
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10,000 Eircom customers without service as strong winds sweep across Ireland
Orange warnings remain in place for 18 counties and there are icy conditions on the way this weekend.
Code Red as 'ferocious' storm hits Ireland
There is a red weather warning in place for nine counties and the storm is expected to be “at its most ferocious” tomorrow morning.
# batten down the hatches
Tie down your wheelie bins - there are gale force winds on the way
We hope you have a strong umbrella because it’s going to rain as well.
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Enniscorthy the latest town on flood alert as bad weather continues
Flooding is also expected in Cork and Clare this evening.
# batten down the hatches
More flood warnings as Atlantic storm makes its way to Irish shores
Another storm swell is on its way bringing wet and windy weather.
# batten down the hatches
Photos: Rescue efforts under way after severe flood emergency
You might want to stay indoors today, particularly if you live in the west.
# hold onto your hats
Batten down the hatches: Storm-force winds batter the country
It’s pretty windy out there this morning.
# Storm
On this day in 1839 Ireland experienced its worst storm in 300 years
The night of the ‘Big Wind’ took place overnight from 6-7 January 1839 causing damage to a quarter of all Dublin houses.