Motorists Advised To Be Cautious Of Fallen Trees And Surface Water
Elsewhere road users are being advised to watch out for fallen trees and surface water when travelling on roads this morning.
All Irish Rail routes are operating, following flooding on the Limerick to Ennis line and at Waterford station last night.
Aer Lingus has confirmed two flights between Dublin and London Heathrow, and another two between Cork and Heathrow have been cancelled today as the storm reaches the UK.
All passengers are advised to check with their airline before travelling.
Meanwhile the County Council have set up an out of hours emergency number.
Speaking to RedFM News, County Council Senior Engineer with roads Aidan View says listerns should report any flooding, fallen trees or debris on the roads:
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