Here's what Teresa Mannion had to say to Snoop and 50 Cent after they referenced her weather clip
Teresa Mannion's weather report during Storm Desmond in 2015 will never, ever die.
"Don't take risks on treacherous roads!" she declared as she battled the elements for a report from Galway way back in November 2015.
The clip went viral and inspired countless parodies and even featured on Ariana Grande's Snapchat.
And with Irma causing havoc over in California, 50 Cent and Snoop Dogg both shared parodies of the clip.
The parody had some people in a flap about Teresa but she took to Twitter to assure them she is well.
Nope it's never gonna die! Here's a selection of parodies and references which have emerged in the two years since the clip originally landed....RTE's Teresa Mannion breaks the internet following dramatic Storm Desmond weather report
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