The country is reacting to Storm Hannah on social media.
Several weather alerts are in place, with the highest alert - Red - being issued for Clare.
People in the worst affected areas are being urged to stay indoors and not travel.
A number of flights at Shannon and Cork Airports have been affected - as have Bus Éireann services between Limerick and Galway.
Several Irish Rail services in the Orange and Red alert regions are also running at reduced speeds.
Several tweets from Cork, Clare and Wexford are keeping an eye on the storm.
Some people are also looking at the lighter side of things.
— Michelle Madigan (@shellymad87) April 26, 2019
— Betty in Cork (@BettyInCork) April 26, 2019
All our crews are busy this evening dealing with incidents throughout the City and County.
We are working closely with @ESBNetworks and @corkcitycouncil to ensure public safety during #StormHannah #StaySafe pic.twitter.com/ddSzAH8P1W
— Cork City Fire Brigade (@CorkCityFire) April 26, 2019
No.3 Operations Wing are now on standby in Casement Aerodrome for Storm Hannah, less than a week from being used for aerial fire-fighting. Our multi-role helicopters and highly trained crew mean we can respond and help in a huge variety of emergency situations. pic.twitter.com/T4Cxra9hrP
— Irish Air Corps (@IrishAirCorps) April 26, 2019
— Elaine Byrne (@ElaineByrne) April 26, 2019
— Cliff House Hotel (@cliffhousehotel) April 26, 2019
— Noel Mc Inerney 🇮🇪32 (@noelm300) April 26, 2019
— O'Herlihy's Bacon (@OHerlihysBacon_) April 26, 2019
— KEN TOBIN #WashYourHands (@KENNYTCORK) April 26, 2019
— Lesley (@island_lesley) April 25, 2019
— Mailo Power (@MailoPower) April 26, 2019
— Evelyn Pepperrell (@EventfulPepper) April 26, 2019
— Cork Safety Alerts (@CorkSafetyAlert) April 26, 2019
— Cormac O'Sullivan (@cormacsully) April 26, 2019
— Nuala Moore-Swimmer (@numoorepain) April 26, 2019
— Kerry County Council - Comhairle Contae Chiarraí (@countykerry) April 26, 2019
— moll-iver twist🥣 (@mywanmolly) April 26, 2019
— David Hughes 🇺🇦 (@dcahughes) April 26, 2019
Left the lab for the weekend worrying about getting soaked on my walk home but stumbled to this view. The good side of storms are the rainbows and that also applies on anything in life 😊 #StormHannah (me feeling extremely positive and happy today) 🌷🌈✨ pic.twitter.com/BesDQ4cYjf
— Dr Alicia Mateos Cárdenas (@AliciaMateos_) April 26, 2019
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