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Met Éireann, the Irish National Meteorological Service, is the leading provider of weather information and related services for Ireland . Summary: Remaining unsettled over the coming days, with cooler conditions developing from midweek. Tuesday night: Rain in the west will spread eastwards across
Our weather could be affected by the remnants of Hurricane HumbertoCredit: Carlow Weather . The showers will extend countrywide by Saturday night and Met Eireann forecast the unsettled Alan added: "While we enjoy glorious weather in Ireland this week Hurricane Humberto has become a
© Provided by Reach Publishing Services Limited Conditions are set to worsen next week as the remnants of Hurricane Humberto heads for Ireland.
The mild weather of the last few days will remain until at least the end of the week, but conditions will become more unsettled from Sunday onwards.
Hurricane Humberto knocked out power lines in Bermuda on Wednesday night, plunging the country into darkness.
The storm cleared islands overnight and is now due to move across the Atlantic over the next few days.
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January: Polar vortex in the US
The polar vortex in the U.S. Midwest and parts of Canada led to an extremely cold wave, with temperatures dropping to below minus 30 degrees Fahrenheit (minus 34.4 degrees Celsius) in places. The arctic-chilled air resulted in schools, businesses and offices being shut, and at least 20 deaths were attributed to extreme weather conditions.
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Irish warnings for the monster storm are not expected to be issued until Wednesday. Meteorologist Pat Clarke told RTE News: "It's going to hit close to us during Thursday. "Some of the model output particularly from the National Hurricane Centre has the center at that stage, ex Hurricane Lorenzo
Met Eireann have warned that “very disturbed weather ” is on the way as Hurricane Helene u-turns away from America. The dangerous Atlantic storm is now on a collision course for Ireland , swirling north east towards us. It is expected to gradually weaken over the coming days with the National
(Pictured) A man walks along the city's lakefront in Chicago, Illinois, U.S., on Jan. 30.
January: Hottest month on record in Australia
Australia started the year by recording its hottest month ever in January, with temperatures exceeding 86 degrees Fahrenheit (30 degrees Celsius). The unprecedented heat triggered bushfires, causing human and animal casualties. At least five days were among the 10 hottest on record for the month, and national temperatures broke the record of the 2013 heatwave, which was considered the worst in history.
(Pictured) Thick smoke from vegetation fires darken the skies in Miena, Australia, on Jan. 22.
February: Floods in Australia
After torrential rains hit Queensland for several weeks, the state experienced record flooding, with areas along the Flinders River witnessing the worst inundation in 50 years. Raging floodwaters led to the displacement of thousands of people, hundreds of immersed homes, power outage and death of cattle, with snakes and crocodiles swamping the streets in many areas.
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See more of Irish Weather Online on Facebook. The further outlook is for unsettled to stormy conditions at times, with strong lows likely to be passing near Ireland at times My local weather on Wednesday was partly cloudy to overcast with temperatures reaching about 20 C. The tropical season
IRELAND remains on red alert as Hurricane Ophelia barrels towards the UK and the nations’ weather services warn of “violent and destructive gusts” and a According to the NHC, Hurricane Ophelia is expected to make landfall on the Irish coast at around 7am BST as winds also lash the Cornwall and
(Pictured) A view of a blocked major intersection in the flooded Townsville suburb of Idalia in Australia on Feb. 4.
March: Cyclone Idai hits southern Africa
In one of the worst weather-related disasters for the southern hemisphere, Cyclone Idai hit many regions of Africa, with Mozambique, Zimbabwe and Malawi affected the hardest. The cyclone brought with it widespread flooding and devastation, affecting about three million people as well as claiming over a thousand lives.
(Pictured) Timber company workers are stranded on a damaged road at Charter Estate in Chimanimani, Zimbabwe, on March 18.
March-April: Flash floods in Iran
Iran experienced extensive flash flooding in the two months, with 25 out of its 31 provinces affected. According to CNN, over a hundred rivers overflowed their banks and more than 400 landslides were reported. The flooding resulted in several deaths, with hundreds injured and around 60,000 people displaced.
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UK weather forecast : Hurricane Humberto is on direct track with the UK (Image: Earthstar While it will have fizzled out by the time it hits the UK it will strengthen unsettled autumnal weather systems UK weather forecast : Hurricane Humberto wind speeds as the remnants hit (Image: WX Charts).
Ophelia had favorable conditions to maintain hurricane strength, with moderate wind shear near 15 knots and sea surface temperatures (SSTs) a Ophelia is expected to complete the transition to an extratropical storm just off southwest Ireland on Monday morning. As this process unfolds, the wind
(Pictured) An aerial view of trees in the middle of flood in Khuzestan province, Iran, on April 5.
April: Cyclone Kenneth strikes Mozambique
Tropical Cyclone Kenneth was the first of hurricane strength to hit Mozambique in recorded history. Extensive flooding ensued its landfall, and the cyclone caused widespread damage – including about 35,000 homes in Cabo Delgado – a few fatalities, power outage and loss of communication facilities.
(Pictured) A woman in Macomia, Mozambique, assesses the damage after a tree slammed into her home during Cyclone Kenneth, on April 28.
May: Cyclone Fani hits India
More than a million people were evacuated from their homes into shelters as Cyclone Fani hit the Indian state of Odisha in India. The most severe storm in 20 years to hit the Indian subcontinent, it caused around 90 deaths and more than $1.8 billion in damages in India and Bangladesh.
(Pictured) A man carries his vehicle amid the devastation after the onset of Cyclone Fani, at Puri beach in Puri, India, on May 3.
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June: Heatwave in Europe, France records all-time high temperature
Europe was reeling under sweltering weather in June, with an all-time high temperature of 114.6 degrees Fahrenheit (45.9 degrees Celsius) recorded in Gallargues-le-Montueux, France. Most of the areas in France had an orange alert - the second highest level of warning. Other parts of Europe, including Germany, Belgium and the Netherlands, also experienced severe heat wave and record-setting temperatures.
(Pictured) People sunbathe in front of the Louvre Pyramid during a heatwave in Paris, France, on June 26.
July: Highest-ever temperature recorded in UK
In the midst of a scorching heatwave, on July 25, the U.K. recorded its hottest day ever at 101.6 degrees Fahrenheit (38.7 degrees Celsius) at Cambridge Botanic Garden, the Met Office confirmed. The previous high was 101.3 degrees Fahrenheit (38.5 degrees Celsius) in 2003. The U.K. went alongside Belgium, the Netherlands and Germany as countries that broke national records for all-time high temperatures.
(Pictured) A Southeastern train passes through heat haze in Ashford, Kent, on July 25.
July-August: Typhoon Lekima hits China
Originating from a tropical depression in the Philippines in late July, it turned into a storm in early August and was eventually categorized as a Category 4-equivalent super typhoon. After passing the Ryuku islands of Japan and battering Taiwan with heavy winds and rainfall, it made landfall in China on Aug. 9, triggering widespread flooding leading to blackouts, flight cancellations and evacuations. Over a million people were reportedly displaced and at least 44 people lost their lives in the country.
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August: Monsoon ravages India
At least 350 people have reportedly died during this year’s monsoon in India, with several states facing heavy downpours and flooding in late July and throughout August. Kerala saw one of the worst monsoons in recent years, with at least 121 dead and many missing. In Karnataka, over 75 people have lost their lives, while nearly 1,000 livestock perished. Maharashtra has seen at least 50 deaths so far. Other majorly affected states include Himachal Pradesh, Uttarakhand, Punjab and Haryana. On Aug. 18, a flood alert was announced in Delhi as river Yamuna's level rose above the danger mark of 673.6 feet (205.3 meters).
September: Hurricane Dorian lashes the Bahamas
With at least 43 people reportedly killed in the Bahamas and two dead in the U.S., the tropical storm caused widespread damage with maximum recorded winds speeds of up to 185 mph (298 kph), heavy rain and above-average storm surges. Having traveled through the Atlantic Ocean, grazing Puerto Rico and slamming the Bahama Islands, it was reduced from a Category 5 hurricane to a post-tropical storm as it continued up the east coast of the U.S.
(Pictured) In this NOAA GOES-East satellite handout image, Hurricane Dorian tracks through the Bahamas towards the Florida, U.S., coastline while moving through the Atlantic Ocean on Sept. 1.
Simon Partridge, a forecaster with the UK Met Office, told Mirror Online: "The remnants of Hurricane Humberto are expected to arrive across the UK on late Monday.
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"It will bring some outbreaks of rain and some stronger winds. There's potential for some strong winds and maybe a few gales around western coasts.
"Next week will feel more Autumnal than this week and will be a more unsettled affair." © AFP/Getty Images
And Ireland is unlikely to escape, with temperatures also set to take a dip next week.
A Met Eireann forecaster said: "Saturday will start out dry and sunny but cloud will increase from the south with scattered outbreaks of rain developing as the day goes on, many places will have long dry spells.
"Temperatures remain higher than usual for the time of year and still reaching as high as 22 degrees in longer spells of sunshine."
"There'll be further showers or longer spells of rain on Sunday and it'll be warmest in the north of the country with the rain possibly turning heavier in the south and east. © Provided by Trinity Mirror Shared Services Limited Members of the public brave the rain in Dublin
"Winds will be mostly moderate east to southeast and the showery rain will mostly die out through the evening to give a mainly dry night.
"Monday will see a return to cooler conditions more typical for the time of year.
"There'll be a more persistent spell of rain introducing unsettled weather for the early days of next week."
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