This morning, eight people were evacuated from their homes in north Dublin due to flash flooding.
Dublin Fire Brigade are currently near Auburn and Castle Court in Clontarf dealing with spot flooding.
Some 17 houses on one side of the estate have been flooded inside, and some local residents have been given alternative accommodation in a local hotel.
Electricity has been switched off to all properties in the estates as a precaution.
Dublin Fire Brigade also said it is working with Dublin City Council and ESB Networks at a flooded basement in an apartment block.
Met Éireann issued a status Yellow alert in most of the country, warning of strong winds and rain until 1pm.
Met Éireann Spokesperson Gerry Murphy told Newstalk the Dublin region was hit with the most rainfall overnight.
“Last night brought really torrential rain,” he said. “The area in the country that got most rainfall was actually the Dublin area.
“There was 44 millimetres of rainfall overnight.”
Several trees have fallen onto roads and traffic continues to be delayed following flooding and winds.
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Met Éireann has said Storm Antoni has now cleared into the Irish Sea and people can expect sunshine and showers this afternoon.
“Sunday isn’t bad,” Mr Murphy said. “It's a bright day, some sunshine but not completely wonderful either. There are some scattered showers around.
Mr Murphy said there will be some rain on Monday and Tuesday before temperatures rise on Wednesday.
“It's a very typical Irish day,” he said.
Main image: Members of Dublin Fire Brigade help out as houses in the Castle Court following Storm Antoni, 05/08/2023. Photo: Leah Farrell/ RollingNews.ie