Clare County Council

24
March
2020

Maintenance work on the N67

Maintenance work on the N67

at Creamery Hill Ennistymon will commence on Tuesday 24th March 2020. Works will continue until approximately Friday 27th March. Traffic Management will be in place. 03 2020

Written by: Clare County Council Categories: Road Closures & Disruptions, Clare County Council

06
March
2020

Moderate Advisory Warning for Clare (from Sat. 07/03 @ 12PM)

Moderate Advisory Warning for Clare (from Sat. 07/03 @ 12PM)

Alert message from Met Eireann:
Periods of heavy rainfall from Saturday to Tuesday may lead to some local flooding as river levels remain elevated. The heaviest of the rain will be through Saturday afternoon, and again early Monday and early Tuesday, with rainfall accumulations from Saturday to Tuesday of 40 to 50mm in places, with some spot flooding. Strong winds at times also, with gales on coasts.
  • Event: Moderate Advisory warning
  • Severity: Yellow
  • Valid from: Sat. 07/03 @ 12PM
  • Valid to: Tue. 10/03 @ 6PM
  • Affected Areas: Connacht, Longford, Offaly, Westmeath, Cavan, Donegal, Clare, Cork, Kerry, Limerick and Tipperary


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

29
February
2020

Severe Weather Warning for Wind for Clare (from Sat. 29/02 @ 3PM)

Severe Weather Warning for Wind for Clare (from Sat. 29/02 @ 3PM)

Alert message from Met Eireann:
Update: Severe winds associated with Storm Jorge (Hor-Hay) will continue. Southwest winds veering westerly will reach mean speeds of 65 to 80km/h with gusts of 110km/h to 130km/h at times through the rest of the period. Winds will gradually ease from the south through the evening as the storm centre drifts away northeastwards. There continues to be an elevated risk of coastal flooding.
  • Event: Severe Wind warning
  • Severity: Orange
  • Valid from: Sat. 29/02 @ 3PM
  • Valid to: Sat. 29/02 @ 11PM
  • Affected Areas: Galway, Leitrim, Mayo, Sligo and Clare

No SMS was issued for this alert.

A Level Orange Severe Wind warning alert for Clare has already been issued by SMS within the past 24 hours, so no SMS was issued this time around. It is likely that Met Eireann changed the start/end time of the weather warning from the original version and these updated start/end times are included above. The Council will only send an SMS if they havent already done so for a unique weather event within the previous 24 hours. Otherwise, follow up alerts with changed start/end times will be sent by email/app only.



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

29
February
2020

Met Eireann has issued Orange weather alert

Met Eireann has issued Orange weather alert

Met Eireann has issued a level orange severe weather alert (wind) for Clare. Valid from Sat 29/02 3PM until Sun 1/03 12AM, see www.Met.ie

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29
February
2020

Met Eireann Orange Alert

Met Eireann Orange Alert

Met Eireann has issued a level orange severe weather alert (wind) for Clare. Valid from Sat 29/02 3PM until Sun 1/03 12AM, see www.Met.ie

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

29
February
2020

Severe Weather Warning for Wind for Clare (from Sat. 29/02 @ 3PM)

Severe Weather Warning for Wind for Clare (from Sat. 29/02 @ 3PM)

Alert message from Met Eireann:
Update: Severe winds associated with Storm Jorge (Hor-Hay) will continue. Southwest winds veering westerly will reach mean speeds of 65 to 80km/h with gusts of 110km/h to 130km/h at times through the rest of the period. Winds will gradually ease from the south through the evening as the storm centre drifts away northeastwards. There continues to be an elevated risk of coastal flooding.
  • Event: Severe Wind warning
  • Severity: Orange
  • Valid from: Sat. 29/02 @ 3PM
  • Valid to: Sat. 29/02 @ 11PM
  • Affected Areas: Donegal, Galway, Leitrim, Mayo, Sligo and Clare


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

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