Motorist had a lucky escape after a tree fell on car Photo: An Garda Siochana
Motorist had a fortunate escape after a tree fell on automotive Photograph: An Garda Siochana
Injury completed to a tent on the Ploughing Championships
Nationwide Ploughing Championships 2018. Folks take cowl from the torrential rain on the championships. Image; Gerry Mooney
Nationwide Ploughing Championships 2018. Folks take cowl from the torrential rain on the championships. Image; Gerry Mooney
Common view of muck at Ploughing Championships 2018 Day 2. Skreggan, Tullamore, Co. Offaly. Image: Caroline Quinn
Common view of empty street throughout delayed opening of Ploughing Championships 2018 Day 2. Skreggan, Tullamore, Co. Offaly. Image: Caroline Quinn
Common view of empty street throughout delayed opening of Ploughing Championships 2018 Day 2. Skreggan, Tullamore, Co. Offaly. Image: Caroline Quinn
Common view of blocked entrance throughout delayed opening of Ploughing Championships 2018 Day 2. Skreggan, Tullamore, Co. Offaly. Image: Caroline Quinn
Nationwide Ploughing Championships 2018. Stewards Richard Sunders and Mark Kennedy make their manner throufgh a abandoned web site as storm Ali arrives . Image; Gerry Mooney
Nationwide Ploughing Championships 2018. Portaloos blown over as storm Ali arrives in Tullamore. Image; Gerry Mooney
Nationwide Ploughing Championships 2018. Stewards Richard Sunders and Mark Kennedy make their manner throufgh a abandoned web site as storm Ali arrives . Image; Gerry Mooney
Nationwide Ploughing Championships 2018. Portaloos blown over as storm Ali arrives in Tullamore. Image; Gerry Mooney
Nationwide Ploughing Championships 2018. Luke and Niamh Maguire from Kilrush in Co. Clare make their manner round within the rain on the championships. Image; Gerry Mooney
Nationwide Ploughing Championships 2018. Folks run for canopy within the heavy rain on the championships. Image; Gerry Mooney
A tree down at BusÁras (Photograph: Impartial.ie)
A tree down on O’Connell Avenue (Photograph: Impartial.ie)
A tree collapsed on a home close to Superb Gael TD Noel Rock’s house this morning (Photograph: Noel Rock Twitter)
A tree down on the Kilbeggan to Clara Highway in Co Offaly

Allison Bray

A ‘very disturbed’ low stress system heading our manner may morph into the second named storm of the season, Met Éireann warned final night time.

Forecasters are monitoring the progress of what may develop into ‘Storm Bronagh’.

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It’s anticipated to achieve Eire as early as this weekend.

Met Éireann’s Deirdre Lowe mentioned Storm Ali, which lashed the nation yesterday, is a very completely different situation to what’s at present brewing within the Atlantic.

“Ali was a small space however this could possibly be extra widespread,” she mentioned.

Nevertheless, forecasters gained’t have the ability to get a clearer image of what lies forward till later as we speak.



People look out at the sea from Slea Head during Storm Ali in Coumeenoole, Ireland. REUTERS/Clodagh Kilcoyne


Folks look out on the sea from Slea Head throughout Storm Ali in Coumeenoole, Eire. REUTERS/Clodagh Kilcoyne

“It’s a really disturbed little bit of climate however we’re nonetheless not 100computer certain.”

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She mentioned the climate system could develop into Storm Bronagh relying on the way it develops.

“It’s nonetheless a chance nevertheless it’s too early to name,” she mentioned.

Nevertheless, if the vast space of low stress continues to construct within the coming days, it may result in very windy and moist climate on Sunday, she mentioned.

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In the meantime, Met Éireann mentioned folks can anticipate extra unsettled climate for the rest of the week, with heavy rain anticipated as we speak.

It’s going to begin out dry in lots of areas as we speak, nonetheless rain will quickly unfold from the south-west and can flip heavy in Munster and far of Leinster with a danger of spot flooding.

Irish Impartial




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