Severe Weather Warning for Wind for Kerry (from Mon. 10/02 @ 6AM)

Severe Weather Warning for Wind for Kerry (from Mon. 10/02 @ 6AM) Alert message from Met Eireann:Storm Ciara will continue to produce very strong westerly winds in coastal areas with mean speeds of 65-80km/h and gusts generally between 110 and 130km/h.nnA combination of Spring Tides and high seas will result in a significant risk of

Weather Update – Sun 9th Feb 4:00 pm

Kerry County Council’s Severe Weather Managment Team held a further meeting at 4pm, and will continue to monitor the current weather and its impact on the county over the coming hours. Homeowners and motorists are advised to be aware of loose debris on roads and footpaths around Kerry, including loose branches, signs and roof tiles.

R569 Kilgarvan to Kenmare road CLOSED

The R569 road to Kenmare via Kilgarvan is FULLY CLOSED to traffic at Clonkeen due to road slippage. All traffic travelling to and from Kenmare, including traffic travelling from Cork is to travel via Killarney (N22)and the Molls Gap road (N71). HGVs to travel via Morleys Bridge/ Coolea, due to tunnel height restrictions on N81

R569 Kilgarvan Rd at Clonkeen closed

Due to slippage on the R569 Kilgarvan Rd at Clonkeen, Kerry County Council have decided to close the road for safety reasons. All traffic to and from Kilgarvan are being diverted via Killarney and the Molls Gap Rd.

Latest Updates: Storm Ciara Sun Feb 9th 12:15pm

Tree down on Dan Spring Road, Tralee – crew attending. Tree down at Ardclocheen, Killorglin has been cleared. Ridge Tiles have come loose from a house at Caherina, Tralee, please be mindful if passing this way. The cul de sac road at the Grove, Mounthawk, Tralee is flooded, crew en route. Land slippage beside the

Storm Update – 9th Feb 09:30 am

Kerry County Council are reports of trees down in parts of the county. We are asking all motorists to take care and if they come across any trees blocking roads and causing obstruction to contact KCCs emergency number 066 7183588. Here are the locations of trees down that we have received: Ballard, Tralee- now cleared

Weather Update: Sat 8th Feb 3:00pm

With the Status ORANGE weather alert issued by Met Eireann from 5am to 12pm tomorroe, Keery County Council reminds everyone to secure loose items and avoid exposed coastal areas. A reminder of our emergency line if you need to report any issues to Kerry County Council. 066 7183588. Other important contact numbers: ESB Networks 1850

Orange Weather Alert for Kerry – Storm Ciara

Met Eireann have issued a status ORANGE weather alert for gale force winds, for tomorrow morning from 5 am to 12 noon. Kerry County Council also recommends that you secure any loose items which could be a hazard in particular to other road users Please exercise extreme caution particularly along exposed coasts and on high