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12
October
2018

Severe Weather Warning for Wind for Galway (from Fri. 12/10 @ 8AM)

Severe Weather Warning for Wind for Galway (from Fri. 12/10 @ 8AM)

Alert message from Met Eireann:
Update to previous warning: Storm Callum: South or southwest winds will continue to gust to between 100 and 130km/hr, with further infrastructural damage possible. There is the continued risk of coastal flooding due to high seas.
  • Event: Severe Wind warning
  • Severity: Orange
  • Valid from: Fri. 12/10 @ 8AM
  • Valid to: Fri. 12/10 @ 3PM
  • Affected Areas: Donegal, Galway, Mayo and Sligo


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Written by: Galway County Council Categories: Severe Weather Warning, Galway County Council

12
October
2018

Severe Weather Warning for Wind for Donegal (from Fri. 12/10 @ 8AM)

Severe Weather Warning for Wind for Donegal (from Fri. 12/10 @ 8AM)

Alert message from Met Eireann:
Update to previous warning: Storm Callum: South or southwest winds will continue to gust to between 100 and 130km/hr, with further infrastructural damage possible. There is the continued risk of coastal flooding due to high seas.
  • Event: Severe Wind warning
  • Severity: Orange
  • Valid from: Fri. 12/10 @ 8AM
  • Valid to: Fri. 12/10 @ 3PM
  • Affected Areas: Donegal, Galway, Mayo and Sligo


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Written by: Donegal County Council Categories: Severe Weather Warning, Donegal County Council

11
October
2018

Council continues preparations for Storm Callum

Council continues preparations for Storm Callum

October 11, 2018





Fingal County Council is continuing its preparations for Storm Callum which is now expected to hit the Dublin region at midnight and last until 09:00 tomorrow morning.

Council Crews spent the morning filling sandbags and deploying them to areas along the coastline which are vulnerable to flooding. Sandbags are also being distributed from the Council’s depots at Watery Lane in Swords; Coolmine in Dublin 15 and Fancourt in Balbriggan until 5pm.

The Council has activated its Crisis Management Team and Severe Weather Alert Team in response to the Status Orange Severe Weather Warning issued by Met Eireann and crews have been put on stand-by to mobilise early tomorrow morning if required. Volunteers attached to Fingal County Council’s Emergency Management Unit have also been placed on stand-by. The Crisis Management Team had a conference call at 13:00 today, which was chaired by Chief Executive Paul Reid, and will convene again at 18:30 this evening.

Fingal County Council will monitor the situation as Storm Callum passes through and will post updates as required through our usual communications channels including the Fingal Alerts App and the Alerts section on our website www.fingal.ie as well as our Facebook and @fingalcoco Twitter accounts.

Members of the public can submit reports of issues in their area as a result of Storm Callum to www.fixyourstreet.ie or by calling 01-8905000. These reports will be logged and assessed.

Reports of people sleeping rough this evening should be posted online at http://www.homelessdublin.ie/report-rough-sleeper

Citizens are requested to exercise extreme caution between the hours of 00:00 and 09:00 tomorrow and to be mindful of the threat posed along the coast during this time as well the danger from fallen trees and other debris caused by winds which are expected to gust to between 110 and 130kmh


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Written by: Fingal County Council Categories: Severe Weather Warning, Fingal County Council

11
October
2018

FOLÁIREAMH AIMSIRE! WEATHER WARNING!

FOLÁIREAMH AIMSIRE! WEATHER WARNING!

FOLÁIREAMH AIMSIRE!

Tá Foláireamh Aimsire Stádas Oráiste i bhfeidhm ó 00:01 Dé hAoine 12 Deireadh Fómhair go 13:00 on Friday 12 Deireadh Fómhair 2018.

Beidh tionchar ag Stoirm Callum ar cheantair in aice leis an gcósta le linn an ama seo mar thoradh ar ghaoth an-láidir, mar aon le hardtaoidí lán rabharta, 6m ar a mhéad. Meastar go mbeidh tuilte in aice an chósta agus smionagar ar na bóithre ar fad. Moltar do thiománaithe bealaí in aice an chósta a sheachaint le linn an ama seo agus a bheith an-chúramach go deo.

WEATHER WARNING!

There is a Code Level Orange Weather Warning in place from 00:01 Friday 12th October to 13:00 on Friday 12th October 2018.

Storm Callum, with expected strong winds, coinciding with very high astronomical Spring tides of up to 6m will affect coastal areas from Thursday night to Friday midday. Coastal flooding and debris is expected on all roads. Drivers are advised to avoid coastal routes during this time and to proceed with extreme caution. 10 2018

Written by: Galway County Council Categories: Severe Weather Warning, Galway County Council

11
October
2018

UPDATE Council prepares for Storm Callum

UPDATE Council prepares for Storm Callum

October 11, 2018


Council continues preparations for Storm Callum


Fingal County Council is continuing its preparations for Storm Callum which is now expected to hit the Dublin region at midnight and last until 09:00 tomorrow morning.

Council Crews spent the morning filling sandbags and deploying them to areas along the coastline which are vulnerable to flooding. Sandbags are also being distributed from the Council’s depots at Watery Lane in Swords; Coolmine in Dublin 15 and Fancourt in Balbriggan until 5pm.

The Council has activated its Crisis Management Team and Severe Weather Alert Team in response to the Status Orange Severe Weather Warning issued by Met Eireann and crews have been put on stand-by to mobilise early tomorrow morning if required. Volunteers attached to Fingal County Council’s Emergency Management Unit have also been placed on stand-by. The Crisis Management Team had a conference call at 13:00 today, which was chaired by Chief Executive Paul Reid, and will convene again at 18:30 this evening.

Fingal County Council will monitor the situation as Storm Callum passes through and will post updates as required through our usual communications channels including the Fingal Alerts App and the Alerts section on our website www.fingal.ie as well as our Facebook and @fingalcoco Twitter accounts.

Members of the public can submit reports of issues in their area as a result of Storm Callum to www.fixyourstreet.ie or by calling 01-8905000. These reports will be logged and assessed.

Reports of people sleeping rough this evening should be posted online at http://www.homelessdublin.ie/report-rough-sleeper

Citizens are requested to exercise extreme caution between the hours of 00:00 and 09:00 tomorrow and to be mindful of the threat posed along the coast during this time as well the danger from fallen trees and other debris caused by winds which are expected to gust to between 110 and 130kmh

ENDS



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Written by: Fingal County Council Categories: Severe Weather Warning, Fingal County Council

11
October
2018

Council continues preparations for Storm Callum

Council continues preparations for Storm Callum

PRESS RELEASE


October 11, 2018





Fingal County Council is continuing its preparations for Storm Callum which is now expected to hit the Dublin region at midnight and last until 09:00 tomorrow morning.

Council Crews spent the morning filling sandbags and deploying them to areas along the coastline which are vulnerable to flooding. Sandbags are also being distributed from the Council’s depots at Watery Lane in Swords; Coolmine in Dublin 15 and Fancourt in Balbriggan.

The Council has activated its Crisis Management Team and Severe Weather Alert Team in response to the Status Orange Severe Weather Warning issued by Met Eireann and crews have been put on stand-by to mobilise early tomorrow morning if required. Volunteers attached to Fingal County Council’s Emergency Management Unit have also been placed on stand-by.

The Crisis Management Team had a conference call at 13:00 today, which was chaired by Chief Executive Paul Reid, and will convene again at 18:30 this evening.


Fingal County Council will monitor the situation as Storm Callum passes through and will post updates as required through our usual communications channels including the Fingal Alerts App and the Alerts section on our website www.fingal.ie as well as our Facebook and @fingalcoco Twitter accounts.

Members of the public can submit reports of issues in their area as a result of Storm Callum to www.fixyourstreet.ie or by calling 01-8905000. These reports will be logged and assessed.

Reports of people sleeping rough this evening should be posted online at http://www.homelessdublin.ie/report-rough-sleeper

Citizens are requested to exercise extreme caution between the hours of 00:00 and 09:00 tomorrow and to be mindful of the threat posed along the coast during this time as well the danger from fallen trees and other debris caused by winds which are expected to gust to between 110 and 130kmh


ENDS


For further information please contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

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Written by: Fingal County Council Categories: Severe Weather Warning, Fingal County Council

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