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Cork in the middle of the destination, a storm drawing on other areas

Roads in Bantry damaged by stormy wilds
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Roads in Bantry damaged by stormy wilds

Drivers, in particular, are being urged to be extra vigilant in the morning and places in the country flooded by last night’s storm.

Cork was the center of the destination and properties in the west of the county were badly damaged.

Fifty houses and business centers in the town of Bantry have been flooded, and there is also road debris and debris in the area.

Bandon, Rosscarbery and Dunmanway were also badly hit.

Cork County Council says there is still a risk of trees falling in the morning.

Between 40 and 50 millimeters of rain fell between 6pm yesterday and 6am, and forecasters say we have not yet seen its end as the storm makes its way across the country today.

In addition to the wastelands, no electricity is reported to be present in various parts of the country, between Leath Choinn and Leath Mhogha.

An orange rain notice is still in force for Connacht and seven counties in the other three provinces, namely, Donegal, Cavan, Monaghan, Kerry, Cork, Wexford and Waterford.