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Ireland Met Eireann drop weather update as Storm Brendan is downgraded in some areas

11:55  14 january  2020
11:55  14 january  2020 Source:   extra.ie

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Named Storm Brendan by Met Éireann , the Irish weather service, the large Met Éireann has issued two status orange weather warnings as Storm Brendan tracks towards Ireland. "This is likely to cause some disruption to sea, road and air travel. " As Storm Brendan moves eastwards, strong

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 Updated / Monday, 13 Jan 2020 08:09. Storm Brendan could bring winds of up to 130km/h to Atlantic coastal areas .

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Met Eireann has downgraded Storm Brendan’s status orange weather warning in many counties while the northwestern parts remain on an orange warning.

Met Eireann’s status orange warning for Wexford, Cavan, Monaghan, Kerry, Cork, Clare, Waterford and Limerick have been downgraded to status yellow.

However, Donegal, Leitrim, Mayo and Sligo all remain on an orange warning.

The yellow warnings are valid until 8pm on Monday while the orange warnings are in place until 11.59pm on Monday.

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The Met Office has issued a warning that coastal routes and communities could be particularly affected by Storm Brendan as large waves batter seafronts. Yellow weather warnings are in place for Northern Ireland, much of the western half of the UK and the north-east of Scotland from midday on Monday to

Severe gales and heavy rain are forecast this evening as Storm Brendan sweeps across the UK. Gusts exceeding 80mph are likely across NW Scotland and there are multiple Met Office warnings in place. BBC Weather 's Alina Jenkins looks at how the storm developed and what we can expect over

All coastal waters have been issued a status orange warning with gale force southwesterly winds predicted for the rest of Monday.

Meanwhile Met Eireann has warned people not to share fake weather reports coming from sources other than the Gardai, Met Eireann, the Coast Guard and local Authorities.

a close up of a map: Met Eireann has downgraded the Storm Brendan weather warning in many parts of the country while the northwestern parts remain on orange warning. Pic: Met Eireann © Provided by Extra.ie Met Eireann has downgraded the Storm Brendan weather warning in many parts of the country while the northwestern parts remain on orange warning. Pic: Met Eireann

Speaking on RTE Today with Sean O’Rourke, Cusack slammed fake video and graphs, not from reputable sources such as Met Éireann, the Gardai, the Coast Guard and local authorities.

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