Storm Brian – Kerry County Council update at 5.30pm Saturday

STORM BRIAN – UPDATE   Kerry County Council is advising members of the public that there remains some spot flooding and surface water in many parts of the county this evening and that caution is advised on all roads.   While weather conditions associated with Storm Brian are slowly improving, there has been rainfall during

Storm Brian – Update from Kerry County Council at 9.30am

Kerry County Council is reminding motorists and road users to continue to be vigilant today as there may be branches and debris on roads following high winds overnight and during today (Saturday) A Code Orange weather warning remains in place until 10pm tonight as Storm Brian passes over Ireland but Kerry County Council is not

Storm Brian – Update at 5.30pm from Kerry County Council

Kerry County Council’s Severe Weather Assessment Team met again at 4.30pm this evening to discuss preparations for Storm Brian. Met Eireann has issued an updated weather warning for Kerry which includes an Orange warning for wind in place from 10pm on Friday night to 10pm on Saturday night. There is also a Yellow weather warning

Weather Warnings for Kerry

Kerry County Council has asked members of the public to exercise caution over the next 36 hours as the county is subject to two weather warnings associated with Storm Brian. A Status Orange warning for wind is in place for Kerry from 3am to 6pm on Saturday with winds of 65-80kmh and gusts of 110-130kmh

Storm Ophelia Aftermath Tuesday 17th October 9:30am

In the aftermath of Storm Ophelia, Kerry County Council would ask all landowners with hedgerows bounding the road network to carry out an inspection of their hedgerows for damaged or fallen trees and bushes that might endanger the safe use of the public road network. Landowners should be aware that damaged and fallen trees etc may

Kerry County Council – Update at 8pm on Monday

Kerry County Council is reminding members of the public that the Code Red Level weather warning remains in place for the county until 1am on Tuesday and that people should remain indoors and avoid travelling tonight until Storm Ophelia passes. It will be Tuesday before Kerry County Council will be able to fully assess the

Roads Update from Kerry County Council at 5.00pm

As of 5pm this evening, Kerry County Council is aware of the following issues and will deal with them as safety allows. In some cases, crews are already mobilised and already dealing with these issues. Please give our crews the time and space they need to deal with the issues at hand: Tree on road

Kerry County Council – Weather/Roads update 2.00pm

Further to previous updates below, the following issues have been reported to Kerry County Council as of 2pm: Inches to Kilgarvan road blocked by fallen tree Killarney-Rathmore road: debris on the road N22 Killarney-Farranfore road partially blocked at Kilcummin Cross/Junction at Madam’s Hill Gullane-Gneeveguilla road blocked by tree Tree down at Park Road, Killarney Healy

Hurricane Ophelia – Update from Kerry County Council – Sunday at 10.30pm

The Kerry Local Emergency Coordination Group met again tonight at County Buildings in Tralee to discuss Storm Ophelia and the Code Level Red weather warning for Kerry which is now in place from the earlier time of 6AM on Monday to 12am on Tuesday. Earlier advice issued still applies with the following updates in the

Severe Weather Warning for Wind for Kerry issued by Met Eireann at 20:00 Sunday, 15-Oct-2017

Severe Weather Warning : Code Level Red Ex-Hurricane Ophelia is forecast to track directly over Ireland during daytime Monday. Violent and destructive gusts are forecast with all areas at risk and in particular the southwest and south in the morning, and eastern counties in the afternoon. Also heavy rain and storm surges along some coasts