Watch: Scary moment plane is blown sideways as it attempts to land at Dublin Airport during Storm Kathleen

This is the frightening moment a plane was caught on camera being blown sideways while trying to land at Dublin Airport during Storm Kathleen.

Captured and shared by EU Plane Spotters on YouTube, the video shows the aircraft's struggle to touch down as it battles against the severe winds. The plane momentarily touches the runway before being swept sideways, forcing the pilot to abort the landing and ascend back into the stormy skies, reports Dublin Live.

A handful of flights were cancelled at Dublin Airport yesterday due to the adverse weather conditions brought on by the storm. Flights were also cancelled at Belfast City Airport due to the stormy conditions.

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In the Republic of Ireland, thousands of homes were dealing with power outages, while hundreds dealt with such power cuts in Northern Ireland due to the storm. In Northern Ireland, a yellow weather warning for strong winds was in place until 10pm yesterday, April 6.

Despite the weather warning ending, however, the Met Office is forecasting windy conditions throughout Sunday. The weather forecaster said: "Another rather windy day with sunny spells and a few scattered showers, these most frequent in the afternoon. Fresh to strong southwesterly winds, easing down later. Maximum temperature 14 C."

Looking ahead to the weather across the UK for next week, the Met Office said: "Low pressure will still be in charge of the UK’s weather through the beginning of next week with further wind and rain at times for many. From the middle of next week, there is a chance of drier conditions developing at times in the south, as high-pressure tries to build in.

"Elsewhere, conditions are likely to remain rather unsettled, although there will be a tendency for the heaviest and most prolonged spells of rain to become focused across northwestern areas."

Liz Coleman, Met Eireann's Deputy Head of Forecasting, has advised: "It is the end of the Easter holidays so there will be a lot of people travelling and they may not be expecting such unseasonably strong and gusty winds. Please make sure to plan your journeys in advance by keeping in contact with the forecast."

"We are likely to see some trees down due to the saturated soils and strong winds. There will be dangerous conditions at sea too, coupled with wave overtopping and coastal flooding in some areas."

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