Ireland RTE reporter Teresa Mannion’s latest storm report is going viral again

08:20  05 january  2018
08:20  05 january  2018 Source:

Storm Dylan to bring wet and windy end to 2017

  Storm Dylan to bring wet and windy end to 2017 The UK and Ireland are braced for winds reaching 80mph as Storm Dylan arrives to bring a wet and windy end to 2017. A Met Office amber wind warning covering Northern Ireland and parts of southern and western Scotland is in place for Sunday morning and early afternoon.Forecasters warned there was the potential for "injuries and danger to life from flying debris".But many new year celebrations look set to escape the worst of the weather, which will pass before crowds gather to see in 2018.

Teresa Mannion the RTE reporter whose recent rain drenched broadcast went viral , has returned to the Salthill promenade in Galway to support COPE, a charity assisting the homeless, victims of domestic violence and senior citizens.

Teresa Mannion ' s now famous Storm Desmond report for RTÉ News in 2015 has gone viral again with the help of Snoop Dogg and 50 Cent, who both shared the video to their Instagram accounts on Monday.

  RTE reporter Teresa Mannion’s latest storm report is going viral again © Youtube Poor Teresa Mannion just has no luck when she does a storm report, as her iconic ‘Don’t Make Unnecessary Journeys’ video is ingrained into the Irish psyche.

Now, her latest weather report is going viral once again but thankful it’s not because of Teresa’s actions.

Instead, as she reported live from the Spanish Arch in Galway, an unwelcome guest decided to make his television debut.

As Teresa reported on the state of affairs in Galway with Storm Eleanor battering the county, a man ran around with an American flag in the background.

At one point, the flag wrapped itself entirely around the man and he was flung back behind the building due to strong winds.

Spot flooding and debris as 125kmh gusts blow

  Spot flooding and debris as 125kmh gusts blow People travelling for New Year's Eve celebrations today are being warned to be vigilant of debris and spot flooding after nationwide storm warnings from Met Eireann came into effect last night. A status orange weather alert was issued for Connacht and eight other counties because of high winds and gusts from Storm Dylan. A less severe yellow warning was issued for the rest of the country with the storm expected to track northwest towards Scotland by lunchtime.#StormDylan pic.twitter.

Irish reporter ’s hilarious weather report goes viral . IRISH journalist Teresa Mannion ’ s live cross while being battered by rain during a storm has become an instant internet sensation.

Everyones favourite weather reporter , Teresa Mannion , has made it back to the spotlight after Snoop Dogg and 50 cent both shared her video online. The rappers both loved the footage they found of the famous moment Mannion was reporting on a storm in Galway in 2015. The video went viral when

And while we’re sure, Teresa was livid with the intruder, people at home were over the moon at his cheeky antics.

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