The ESB says 33,000 customers are without power after Storm Hannah.
The worst affected areas are in Munster - Clare and Kerry have the highest number of outages, with 19,000 customers affected.
A number of weather alerts that were in effect last night - including status red warnings for Clare and Kerry - have ended.
Meanwhile, a status yellow wind warning for most of the country ends at 9am.
An RNLI Lifeboat was called into action in West Cork at the height of last night's storm surge.
Paul Stevens from Castletownbere Lifeboat says they got a call that a 33-foot fishing boat was stranded after losing power in Bere Haven Harbour.
The rescue crew went out and managed to tow the boat to safety in difficult conditions.
The bodies of 15 people - including six children - have been found after a shootout between Sri Lankan soldiers and suspected militants.
Police believe three suicide bombers are among the dead at the makeshift bomb factory in the east of the country.
The operation comes in the wake of the Easter Sunday terrorist attacks, which left more than 250 people dead.
The Health Minister Simon Harris will address the third day of the Irish Medical Organisation's Annual General Meeting in County Kerry later today.
The IMO's welcoming a recent deal reached with the Government on getting FEMPI cuts reversed.
GPs have agreed to productivity steps to get the cuts reversed, after lengthy negotiations with the Department of Health.
The boss of car firm Tesla has agreed to have his social media posts regarding the company approved in advance.
It settles a row between Elon Musk and US regulators over the businessman tweeting information which impacted the financial markets.
Mr Musk must get approval from a Tesla-employed lawyer before tweeting about a range of topics related to the car maker.