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IrelandRTE News weather blooper shows Met Eireann meteorologist Siobhan Ryan walking off live on air during last night's broadcast

10:10  13 may  2019
10:10  13 may  2019 Source:   dublinlive.ie

Irish weather forecast: Met Eireann predicts highs of 15C but subzero temperatures to hit this week

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Siobhan Ryan RTE Weather does an Aengus Mcgraina :L fixes dress and says ok here I go before being cut off :L This is really funny. © Provided by Trinity Mirror Shared Services Limited RTE News weather blooper shows Met Eireann 's Siobhan Ryan walking off live on air during last night ' s

The Met Éireann Forecaster' s Commentary page provides the public with a supplementary severe weather Severe Orange and Yellow Wind Warnings were issued, valid for Thursday night and Friday day. Meteorologist Liz Walsh of Met Éireann talks about the very latest weather associated with

RTE News weather blooper shows Met Eireann meteorologist Siobhan Ryan walking off live on air during last night's broadcast © Provided by Trinity Mirror Shared Services Limited RTE News weather blooper shows Met Eireann's Siobhan Ryan walking off live on air during last night's broadcast

Met Eireann's Siobhan Ryan was caught leaving the studio while cameras were still rolling during last night's weather forecast.

The forecaster had just finished her broadcast and looks at the camera before staring to her right, scratching her eye and leaving the studio while still on air.

Audiences were left with just a picture of the map in the background as the broadcast continues for another couple of seconds.

The footage was spotted by eagle-eyed, Irish Daily Mail reporter, Philip Nolan who said: "So this just happened and I'm helpless" followed by a laughing emoji.

Cold weather set to stay as temperatures drop as low as -1C

Cold weather set to stay as temperatures drop as low as -1C Cold weather set to stay as temperatures drop as low as -1C

Met Éireann , the Irish National Meteorological Service, is the leading provider of weather Increased cloud and rain will spread into western areas during the afternoon. On Monday morning the last of the rain will soon clear the east coast to leave a bright and breezy day with sunshine and showers.

it forced meteorologists off - air during broadcast as the TV station began taking on water. their staff as their meteorologists continued to forecast until they had to leave their set mid- broadcast . "Little rough, but we’re all out," the WCTI account tweeted out later in the night , signed by Jason Boyd.

One person commented "these bloopers from RTE never get old" while another added "Poor Siobhán, this isn't the first time she's been caught out either. Awkward".

A Meteorologist with Met Eireann, Siobhan Ryan has appeared on our screens since August 2010.

During her forecast, she explained how Dublin is set to have a great start to the week as highs of 20 degrees for Monday were predicted.

The day will be dry and mostly sunny with highest temperatures starting from 15 degrees and breaking into the 20 mark.

Tuesday will see the mercury rise even further with temperatures of up to 21 degrees predicted.

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