Very wet and windy weather is expected to hit Cork this Halloween as Storm Aiden makes landfall
Met Eireann has issued three weather warnings for tomorrow morning.
A status orange wind warning is in place for Cork from 5am until 10am.
Cork city and county councils say the heavy rain will lead to surface and river flooding and they're advising people in low lying streets to take the usual precautions
Some coastal flooding is also possible, due to the combination of low pressure, high tides and onshore winds.
Property owners, residents and visitors are advised to prepare for this dangerous weather event, to protect property, to avoid unnecessary journeys and stay indoors during the warning periods.
Speaking to RedFM News, Senior Engineer with Cork County Council, Aidan Weir says there'll be changeable weather right across the weekend:
More from Cork
Donald Trump Tells Team To Start Process Of Transitioning Power To Rival Joe Biden
But the President is still challenging the results of the election, describing it as "corrupt".
Cabinet Ministers Meet This Morning To Discuss Lifting Of Level Five Restrictions
No decision is expected today but Ministers will set out their views on what should be allowed to open.
The Top Four Things You Need To Know Now
The main stories making the headlines across Cork
The Drive-In Movie Experience Is Returning To Cork This December
It's boasting an all new festive line-up
A Motion Will Be Put To The City Council To Invest All Money Confiscated In Drug Seizures In Cork Directly Into Leeside Services
The motion will be put to the Council next month
Dublin Zoo Should Be Able To Stay Open Until Next Spring
It follows a successful fundraiser last week