A yellow weather warning remains in place as large parts of the country remain waterlogged
Heavy flooding is affecting many parts of the country as Ireland continues to feel the after-effects of Storm Desmond.
Met Éireann says a yellow weather warning is still in place for Munster and Leinster.
Forecasters say the rain is becoming less intense, but between 20 and 25mm of rain is expected in some areas for the rest of today and tonight.
Here's some of the best pictures from today and yesterday.
Traffic driving along flooded roads in Banagher Co Offaly (Niall Carson/PA Wire)
Our team were making collections across the country but unfortunately are currently stuck in Galway due to floods. pic.twitter.com/OUYBsWSC8R— InnerCityHelpingHome (@ICHHDUBLIN) December 11, 2015
We're currently helping families in the Seville Place area with basement floods. pic.twitter.com/zWiIDm3l8b— Dublin Fire Brigade (@DubFireBrigade) December 12, 2015
11/12/2015 Air corps pictures over the Shannon area during storm Desmond. Photo RollingNews.ie/Departrment of Defence
Trains resuming through Kilcock, operating through this section at walking speed. pic.twitter.com/eDrRqtcIQ4— Iarnród Éireann (@IrishRail) December 12, 2015
Liffey about to burst and not high tide for 2 hours pic.twitter.com/wHiaV38Lew— Andy choo choo (@AYPrivateEye) December 12, 2015
Local man John Mason (left) speaks to Aiden Webster of the Irish army engineers near Springfield, County Clare (Brian Lawless/PA Wire)
Local Councillor Kevin Moran helps with flood defences in the town Athlone (Brian Lawless/PA Wire)