You are using an older browser version. Please use a supported version for the best MSN experience.

Top Stories

Satellite video shows sun rising over Storm Callum as cyclone located outside of Ireland

Irish Mirror logoIrish Mirror 12/10/2018 William Dunne

A short satellite video shows the sun rising over Storm Callum on Friday morning.

The cyclone is located outside the north west of the country, as four counties remain under Status Orange weather warnings.

Download the Microsoft News app for your Android or iPhone device and get news & live updates on the go.

Met Eireann issued 13 counties with Status Orange wind warnings. However, the national forecaster updated the warning on Friday.

The warning for Donegal, Galway, Mayo and Sligo is valid until 4pm as those counties are still facing continued risk of coastal flooding.

a close up of a tree © Provided by Trinity Mirror Shared Services Limited

A GIF tweeted by Carlow Weather shows the sun rising over the cyclone at 8:30am on Friday.

Met Eireann said the storm will still cause extremely strong winds. Highest temperatures on Friday may still reach 16C.

The forecaster said: "Storm Callum will give further severe and locally damaging wind gusts to parts of the northwest today but winds will gradually moderate elsewhere.

"Rain will move in to affect the south and east for a time, before clearing eastwards later this afternoon. Mostly dry further north and west but there will be some showers, and there is the risk of some prolonged showers spreading in later.

"Maximum temperatures of 12 to 16 degrees in strong to gale force southerly winds."


More from the Irish Mirror

image beaconimage beaconimage beacon