In the middle of it all, take a look at the state of my Weather Crock and the water climbing up the neck of the bottle. That’s good news for tomorrow or after or maybe tomorrow and after.
An Update from Kerry County Council at 5pm.
Kerry County Council is aware of the following issues and will deal with them as safety allows. In some cases, crews are already mobilised and dealing with these issues.
Please give our crews the time and space they need to deal with the issues at hand:
Tree on road in Lixnaw village
Debris on the N69 road at Tannavalla
Ballyhorgan road, Listowel blocked by fallen tree
Trees blocking road at Mortara, Ballylongford, Old Bog Road, Lixnaw, and Banemore Cross
N72 Rathmore to Barraduff now clear
N72 Ballydowney towards Beaufort now clear but some debris
N22 now clear between Farranfore and Killarney
N71 Moll’s Gap road will remain closed to traffic until Tuesday
Ross Road in Killarney now clear
ESB lines down at Currans, Farranfore
Tree down on Gullane to Gneeveguilla road and Scartaglen to Anablaha
Tree down on cycle lane near Cathedral in Killarney
Gneeveguilla to Rathmore road blocked by tree
Tree down on telephone wire at Tullig Road, Castleisland
Tree down at Tangney’s Cross, Kilcummin
Tree cleared from Lahard, Beaufort road
In Tralee, debris at Caherslee and minor flooding at Kearney’s Road
Crews attending to trees and branches on roads in wider Beaufort area
Trees down but passable on Beaufort to Killorglin road
Glencar to Killorglin road almost cleared
N70 at Blackwater Bridge partially blocked
Tree down at Dromoughty Road, Kenmare and Kilgarvan Road at Ardtully, and Inchees, Kilgarvan
Trees at R569 at Rossacroo are being dealt with
Tree down near Lauragh on Healy Pass Road
Over The Water road in Caherciveen cleared
Debris on roads in Mastergeehy, Dromid, West Cove
Kerry County Council reminds members of the public that power outages should be notified to ESB Networks on 1850 372 999
All Kerry County Council offices will be open as normal from 9am on Tuesday.
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