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1.Roscommon ireland flooding

Flooding threatened some homes and farmlands in Co Roscommon on Tuesday after widespread heavy rainfall across the region. Met Éireann had forecast accumulations of 30-55mm of rain as part of its …

2.Roscommon ireland flooding

Residents in Lough Funshinagh area of Co Roscommon have said heavy rain overnight is now threatening to flood a number of houses in the area. Roscommon County Council is putting in place measures…

3.Roscommon ireland flooding

Homes and businesses in parts of the midlands and west are urged to be alert to flooding over the next 24 hours. A status yellow rainfall warning is in place until 9pm tonight across Connacht, the midlands and along the Border. Met Éireann has said there is a risk of some rivers overflowing, as up to 50 millimetres of rain could fall in places.

Public in midlands and west urged to be on alert for flooding

4.Roscommon ireland flooding

Urgent action is needed to stop flooding at Lough Funshinagh, in South Roscommon, destroying the local community. With heavy rain overnight and more rain forecast, Padraig Beattie from Ballagh is worried that the water now threatening his home, where he lives with his mother, will be unstoppable.

Flooding threatening homes in Roscommon

5.Roscommon ireland flooding

Flooding also affected parts of Co Roscommon. In Northern Ireland, Storm Christoph brought heavy rains to much of the region on Tuesday afternoon. #StormChristoph will bring heavy #rain to many parts of Wales, Northern Ireland and northern England this afternoon Drier for parts of Scotland and southeast England

Cold and icy weather forecast as Storm Christoph takes hold

6.Roscommon ireland flooding

A meeting of all of the key stakeholders to explore measures to address the ongoing threat of flooding within the vicinity Lough Funshinagh is to be convened by the Minister for the Office of Public Works, Patrick O’Donovan TD. The Minister has agreed to the request by Deputy Denis Naughten, which …

Summit of key stakeholders on Lough Funshinagh flooding

7.Roscommon ireland flooding

Roscommon-Galway TD Denis Naughten. Meeting due on Lough Funshinagh flooding amid growing concern locally The Minister for the Office of Public Works (OPW), Patrick O’Donovan, is to a convene a meeting of “all of the key stakeholders” in relation to the ongoing threat of flooding around Lough Funshinagh in South Roscommon.

Meeting due on Lough Funshinagh flooding amid growing concern locally

8.Roscommon ireland flooding

The Roscommon-based senator added that the lake is continuously rising and if levels keep rising, many locals will have to be relocated. Advertisement “The OPW stated that there was ‘no viable cost-effective or sustainable solutions to alleviate flooding’- it is amazing that despite all the experts from engineers to geologists, that no …

9.Roscommon ireland flooding

Roscommon community highlights flood ‘disaster Residents around the South Roscommon lake, Lough Funshinagh, are warning that the area is being devastated by floodwaters. Where once the lough’s water level rose and fell, it is now persistently high, and many believe it is now a permanent lake, describing it as a former turlough.

Roscommon community highlights flood ‘disaster

10.Roscommon ireland flooding

In Co Roscommon, residents of a rural community are bracing themselves for severe flooding unless urgent remedial action is taken on a turlough flood near their homes. Flooding near the village of…

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1.Government blasted for not helping prevent homes being destroyed by floods

The Government has been. Sinn Fein TD Claire Kerrane slammed the Office of Public Works today for not responding to her contact in November and insisted something could have been done before now. It comes as weather warnings for frost,

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2.Lough Funshinagh: ‘Our village will be underwater due to gross inaction by the government’

Three Roscommon families will lose their homes from flooding in the coming weeks due to “gross inaction” by the government, local residents have said.Matthew Beattie, 39, from Ballagh, said that heavy

Published Date: 2021-01-19T00:01:00.0000000Z

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The high floods during November 2009 in Clooncoran Ballygill, Ballinasloe, Co.Roscommon. Ireland. The highest it ever was seen there. River Suck
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1.2009 Great Britain and Ireland floods

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