Powerlines, floodings, dropped trees– useful internet sites, applications as well as twitter accounts to look into

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Hopefully, points will certainly go efficiently throughout Storm Barra today as well as tomorrow however simply in instance, right here are some useful hotline numbers as well as accounts you may wish to need to hand.

The Irish Meteorological Service has projections as well as newest weather forecast on met.ie or you can go directly to weather cautions at met.ie/ warnings/today.

They are gets on twitter at @MetEireann

The met.ie weather condition application for your phone will certainly release ‘press’ alerts on weather condition cautions.

Carlowweather.com as well as @CarlowWeather run by Alan O’Reilly has intriguing maps, graphics, as well as video clip of weather condition sensations.

The earliest sunset of the year is coming up soon: @theauldsthretch
The earliest sundown of the year is showing up quickly: @theauldsthretch

Another intriguing represent weather condition lovers as well as anybody interested regarding just how brief the days go to the minute is @theauldsthretch This for-fun account tweets the size of the ‘Grand Auld Sthretch at night’ at sunset time in Dublin.


If you recognize or see of broken lines after that the caution is to avoid as well as call the ESB 24/ 7 solution on 1800372 999

Fallen electrical power cords are harmful as well as online. Never ever technique or touch them. The ESB can likewise be gotten in touch with on 021 2382410– as well as, naturally, 999 or 112 for emergency situation solutions.

And if there is a power interruption after that you can examine ESB PowerCheck for real-time mistake info on all significant mistakes. This will certainly inform you what locations are influenced– in instance you’re looking for a loved one and so on– as well as it will certainly likewise allow you recognize if the interruption has actually currently been reported as well as you’ll obtain a projected time on when power will certainly be brought back. When it impacts even more than 10 residential or commercial properties,

An interruption just shows up on PowerCheck.


Gas Networks: gasnetworks.ie as well as 1850 20 50 50


In the occasion of floodings, floodinfo.ie is the OPWs nationwide flooding info website, offering location-specific accessibility to flooding threat as well as flooding administration info.

And flooding.ie has details on actions that can be required to reduce the damages that can be brought on by a flooding occasion.

It is important to understand that:

  • As little as 300 mm of fast-flowing water can relocate most cars and trucks off the roadway.
  • Just 150 mm of fast-flowing water can knock you off your feet.

The Office of Emergency Planning runs a yearly Be Winter Ready project which offers sensible guidance for dealing throughout extreme weather condition occasions. Details is readily available at winterready.ie as well as updates will certainly be supplied on Twitter @emergencyIE throughout extreme weather condition occasions.

Irish Water goes to water.ie as well as 1890 278 278

Your neighborhood council

Cavan County Council


(049) 437 8300 (Main Number)

(087) 611 8116 (Out of Hours)

Clare Carbon Monoxide Council


(065) 682 1616 (Main Number)

(087) 416 9496 (Out of Hours)

Cork County Council


(021) 427 6891 (Main Number)

(021) 480 0048 (Out of Hours)

Cork City Council


(021) 492 4000 (Main Number)

(021) 496 6512 (Out of Hours)

Donegal County Council


(074) 917 2222 (Main Number)

Water: (074) 917 2399 (Out of Hours)

Roads: (074) 917 2288 (Out of Hours)

Dublin City Council


(01) 222 2222 (Main Number)

(01) 679 6186 (Out of Hours)

Dun Laoghaire/Rathdown County Council


(01) 205 4700 (Main Number)

(01) 677 8844 (Out of Hours)

Fingal Carbon Monoxide Council


(01) 890 5000 (Main Number)

(01) 873 1415 (Out of Hours)

Galway Carbon Monoxide Council


(091) 509 000 (Main Number)

Galway City Council


(091) 536 400 (Main Number)/( Out of Hours)

Kerry County Council


( 066) 718 3500 (Main Number)

( 066) 718 3588 (Out of Hours)

Kildare County Council


(045) 980 200 (Main Number)

189050 03 33 (Out of Hours)

Kilkenny County Council


(056) 779 4000 (Main Number)

1890252 654 (Out of Hours)

Laois Carbon Monoxide Council


(057) 866 4000 (Main Number)

Leitrim County Council


(071) 962 0005 (Main Number)

Limerick City as well as County Council


(061) 556 000 (Main Number)

(061) 417 833 (Out of Hours)

Longford County Council


(043) 334 3300 (Main Number)

1850211 525 (Out of Hours)

Louth County Council


(042) 933 5457 (Main Number)

1890202 303 (Out of Hours)

Mayo County Council


(094) 902 4444 (Main Number) as well as (Out of Hours)

Meath County Council


(046) 909 7000 (Main Number)

1890445 335 (Out of Hours)

Monaghan County Council


(047) 30 500 (Main Number)

Offaly County Council


(057) 934 6800 (Main Number)

1890750 750 (Out of Hours)

Roscommon County Council


(090) 663 7100 (Main Number)

(090) 663 7100 (Out of Hours)

Sligo Carbon Monoxide Council


(071) 911 1111 (Main Number)

South Dublin County Council


(01) 414 9000 (Main Number)

(01) 457 4907 (Out of Hours)

Tipperary County Council


(076) 106 5000 (Main Number)

1890923 948 (Out of Hours)

Waterford City as well as County Council


(076) 106 5000 (Main Number)

Westmeath Carbon Monoxide Council


(044) 933 2000 (Main Number)

(044) 933 2000 (Out of Hours)

Wexford County Council


(053) 919 6000 (Main Number)

1890666 777 (Out of Hours)

Wicklow County Council


(0404) 20 100 (Main Number)

(01) 291 6117 (Out of Hours)

Fallen trees

Contact your neighborhood authority.

For instance, in Cork city if you think that a tree in a public environment-friendly location needs interest, you can call Cork City Council on (021) 4924333/4924132/4924041

Any occurrences of dropped trees beyond workplace hrs can be reported to 0214966512 In any kind of emergency situation, calls need to be made to 999.


The guidance is: do not make any kind of unneeded trips however if you do need to take a trip after that:

  • Make certain phones/devices/cars are all completely billed up.
  • Keep added jackets/clothes in the automobile for emergency situations
  • Have a high vis vest/jacket
  • Keep a large container of water or 2 as well as treats in the automobile.

AA Roadwatch failure solution gets on 0818 66 77 88.

@GardaTraffic is a Garda Síochána main account.

Viewing significant waves throughout Storm Barra …

 The waves roll onto Inch Beach at Power Head, East Cork as the bulk carrier Pola Ariake takes shelter near Cork Harbour as Storm Barra approaches. Picture Dan Linehan
The waves roll onto Inch Beach at Power Head, East Cork as the mass provider Pola Ariake nestles near Cork Harbour as Storm Barra techniques. Image Dan Linehan

Perhaps @dinglesurf has it covered right here: “Here is our overview regarding where you can see the most significant of the tornado waves: Nowhere. Remain at house as well as shield on your own as well as others.”

Don't put yourself or others in danger by trying to capture those big storm waves on your phone
Don’t place on your own or others at risk by attempting to catch those huge tornado waves on your phone


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