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# storm isha

January 2024
12,000 properties still without power in wake of Storms Isha and Jocelyn
Another storm is heading for Ireland as 68,000 properties still without power after Storm Isha
The areas where customers will remain without supply overnight include Cavan, Donegal, Leitrim, Mayo and Sligo.
Met Éireann is forecasting that Storm Jocelyn will track to the northwest of Ireland tomorrow, bringing strong and gusty winds.
Around 35,000 people are experiencing water disruption as a result of Storm Isha this evening.
In the North, around 17,000 customers are without power this evening.
'Stay back, stay dry': Public urged to heed storm weather warnings after risky behaviour on Sunday
Onlookers walked right down to the water in Galway to take photos of Storm Isha’s crashing waves, putting themselves at risk.
Amsterdam to Dublin to... Stansted? Storm Isha leads to planes being rerouted and delayed
Three people killed in separate road crashes in Louth, Mayo and Derry
3,700 kg shipping containers blown down by high winds during Storm Isha at Dublin Port
'More visual evidence needed' in wake of reports of tornado affecting Louth and Meath
6 talking points as Glen and St Thomas' celebrate All-Ireland club final glory
Storm Isha aftermath and wind warnings for Storm Jocelyn tomorrow
The storm had a significant impact on travel around the country since last evening.
Dublin Airport terminals 'extra busy' today as 29 flights cancelled this morning
Storm Isha: Man dies in road crash and 170,000 premises without power
Storm Isha has caused damage and travel disruption.
Road users warned to exercise caution as orange weather warning issued for Ireland
Poll: Will Storm Isha change your weekend plans?