Storm Dennis: Hailstones the size of marbles fall in Kilkenny

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Storm Dennis: Hailstones the size of marbles fall in Kilkenny

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2/16/2020

Storm Dennis: Hailstones the size of marbles fall in Kilkenny

A shower of hailstones the size of marbles fell in Co Kilkenny this afternoon.

Management at Kilkenny Castle posted a photo of one measuring over two centimetres end to end. Slippery conditions have been reported on the M8 motorway as a result of the showers. Heavy showers of hailstones have been falling in several parts of the country as Storm Dennis continues to make its way across the country. Heaviest hailstone fall I've ever seen! Read more: Irish Examiner

Sure its the marble county

Aer Lingus warns passengers London flights will be impacted by Storm DennisAER Lingus have warned passengers headed to and from London that Storm Dennis could impact their flight plans this weekend. The Irish airline warned flyers heading to and from London Heathrow are m…

Storm Dennis LIVE tracker as weather warnings in place and flights cancelledStorm Dennis LIVE tracker as Met Eireann warnings in place and flights to be cancelled as cyclone approaches StormDennis Ireland Dublin Cancellations

Drivers urged to be cautious on roads as Storm Dennis arrivesThe Road Safety Authority is urging motorists to be extremely careful today as Storm Dennis arrives.

'Status orange wind warnings possible' as Storm Dennis tracks toward IrelandSTATUS orange wind warnings will possibly be issued this weekend as Storm Dennis tracks toward Ireland, a top meteorologist has revealed. Weather bosses have put the entire country on yellow alert …

Met Éireann issue update on timeline and potential flood warnings ahead of Storm Dennis | JOE.ieMet Éireann issue update on timeline and potential flood warnings ahead of Storm Dennis Be careful, keep safe, this one looks dangerous

Met Eireann issues Status Orange warning as Storm Dennis hits IrelandThe caution comes as 'severe and damaging' gusts as strong as 120km/h are battering parts of Ireland



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