Storm Ciara is currently passing over Cork and Met Éireann is already warning about the next patch of severe weather to hit the county.
There was an orange warning in place this morning, with high winds expected.
Storm Ciara will produce very windy conditions across Ireland today. Frequent squally showers, some of hail & thunder. Spring Tides & high seas will result in a significant risk of coastal flooding & some spot flooding also. Highs of 9 to 12 degrees in strong W to SW winds. pic.twitter.com/VThHrJe9du— Met Éireann (@MetEireann) February 9, 2020
The storm led to delays in Cork Airport and some felled roads blocking trees but otherwise has not caused any major incidents yet.
A status yellow wind warning remains in place.
Cork motorists may have to deal with more issues tomorrow, with a Status Yellow Snow/Ice warning issued, taking effect from midnight tonight.
The warning, which has been issued for the whole country, will remain in place for 48 hours.
Met Éireann warns of ‘widespread wintry showers on Monday and Tuesday with some snowfall accumulations, especially in the west and north’.
Some disruption to travel is possible, particularly over higher routes.