Of course with the news coverage of the storm, we will inevitably see poor news reporters out on the front lines battling the treacherous conditions to provide updates on the weather - and this has reminded people of a classic weather meme.
Irish journalist Teresa Mannion knows all too well the struggle of giving a live news report in extreme wind and rain after a clip of her coverage of Storm Desmond when viral back in 2015 which battered Ireland's west coast of Galway where she was reporting from in Salthill.
In the clip, the RTE News reporter is drenched while struggling to stand still against the strong winds and can be seen holding her earpiece and clutching her microphone in place as she dramatically shouts her latest updates, which delivered the iconic quote:
"Don’t make unnecessary journeys, don’t take risks on treacherous roads.”
So given the similarly awful weather that's occurring right now, it's a warning message that certainly resonates and this has led to the meme resurfacing as people on social media reshare the classic clip.
A prayer for all of the weather reporters who will be shoved in front of a sea wall tomorrow to tell everyone that a red level storm is battering the country #StormEunicehttps://twitter.com/mschakraverty/status/1494032885636030466\u00a0\u2026
Mannion previously revealed what it was like to become an overnight viral sensation, she told RSVP Magazine: "It was absolutely treacherous and I didn’t know that I was shouting as loudly as I was because I was in my own little bubble.
"The weather intensified as the report continued, but I couldn’t stop because we were live and the rest is history," she said.
"Within 48 hours the report had gone all around the world, there were dances remixes, memes and so many offspins created after the bulletin. I totally embraced it and took it on-board, there was very little negativity afterwards and I wasn’t trolled online."