Storm Callum swept across Ireland, whipping up high waves and strong winds on October 12.
Over two dozen flights were cancelled at Dublin Airport, and the public was warned to stay away from coastal areas until the lifting of a Status Orange weather warning.
Thousands of homes and businesses were left without power after the storm made landfall overnight. There were road closures and reports of fallen trees in several counties.
Storm Callum also affected Northern Ireland, causing flight cancellations and leaving more than 1,000 homes and businesses without power. Credit: Irish Coast Guard via Storyful