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# Dublin Floods

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IBM's 'Deep Thunder' system could be used in Dublin to predict flash floods
Clerys staff told it may be months before store re-opens
Storm-damaged Clerys store to stay closed for days
Here's why a flood warning was issued for the south and east coasts...
Column: Ever wondered why the weather is getting weirder?
John Gibbons
Over 1,000 homes flooded during October's heavy rain
No repeat of last month's extreme flooding says Met Éireann
Dublin local politicians clash with city council over reaction to flooding
Flood-damaged DART line may reopen midweek
DART passengers to face more disruptions
Column: A crash course in the economics of flooding
Ronan Lyons
TD hacksawed locks to get sandbags to locals
Government may offer humanitarian aid to flood victims
Tributes paid to 'warm and gentle' mother who died in flooded flat
Emergency status stood down as transport disruptions begin to ease
The Daily Fix: Tuesday
Woman died in flooded Dublin basement as neighbours tried to save her
It's official: Dublin's rainfall was an all-time record
Dublin City Council 'not capable of handling emergencies' says TD
GALLERY: The morning after the floods
Let's play ball: Rovers' trip to Belfield gets the go-ahead
Here's what to do if your car is flooded...
No keys to floodgates as water rose in Dublin suburb
Courts disrupted by Dublin floods
More rain expected today
Floodwaters recede but disruptions still in place across Dublin
WATCH: Videos of the severe flooding across Dublin
GALLERY: Dublin under water after torrential rainfall
Off-duty garda missing after falling into River Liffey near Blessington