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General News / December 7, 2021

Irish Twitter’s best reactions to Storm Barra

General News / December 7, 2021

Irish Twitter’s best reactions to Storm Barra

Words: Eva O’Beirne

Stephen Donnelly tried to warn us about the trampolines lads.

Storm Barra has made landfall in Ireland this morning and Irish Twitter users can’t get enough of it. With Theresa Mannion back on the scene and not a single loaf of bread left in Munster, there’s plenty of banging posts going around.

We’ve rounded up some of the best tweets reacting to Storm Barra to help you get through your day of working from home.

The second local authorities told us to be careful of trampolines, the timeline was flooded with Stephen Donnelly memes.

There’s nothing like being a pet owner during a storm I’ll tell you that.

And we’re sure that Cork is loving being the centre of attention.

And of course, the prodigal weather reporter returns.

But in all seriousness, stay safe and don’t make unnecessary journeys.

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