Storm Brendan brought heavy rain, strong winds, and surging seas to communities along the coasts of Ireland and Great Britain on January 13.
Ireland’s meteorological service, Met Eireann, reported storm-force wind gusts at a weather station on the south coast, and more than 16 mm of rainfall at a weather station on the southwest coast.
The Met Office issued a yellow wind warning across Northern Ireland. Authorities reported widespread power outages.
This footage shows rough seas and surging waves between Howth and Clontarf, northern suburbs of Dublin. Credit: Irish Coast Guard – Howth via Storyful