L1018 now open

L 1018 Dromin, Listowel, open to traffic. Road cleared.

L1018 Closed due to fallen tree

L 1018 Dromin Listowel closed. Fallen tree trapped on overhead cables.

Weather Update: Storm Atiyah – 7:00 pm

The County Kerry Severe Weather Local Co-ordination Team has been monitoring the impact of Storm Atiyah during the Red warning stage from 4 – 7pm this evening. There have been reports of trees down at a number of locations throughout the county. Kerry County Council crews will now be responding to any reported incidents as the

Storm Alerts

Reports of trees down at The Grotto, Mastergeeha, Kilcummin and Crosstown Road which links N72 & N22. Public Light damaged near Hegartys Service Station, Muckross Road, Killarney.

ALERT – R 523 CLOSED

R 523 CLOSED between Shanacool Cross and Lissaniska Cross, due to fallen tree trapped on overhead cables. Too high to work on. Hoist required etc. Road will remain closed overnight

Storm Atiyah – LCC Update

The 3rd meeting of the Local Coordination Group involving Gardaí, HSE & Council officials has taken place in Tralee. Our key advice remains that everyone in Kerry should remain indoors between 4-7pm while the Red weather warning in place. #StormAtiyah #StaySafe https://t.co/LSs7UZuySC The LCC will continue to monitor the situation around Kerry during the weather

Key Safety Advice – Storm Atiyah

KEY SAFETY ADVICE for #StormAtiyah from Local Coordination Group (Gardaí, HSE and Council): ⚠️STAY INDOORS – particularly during the RED window from 4pm to 7pm⚠️ ☎️Life threatening emergencies call 999 / 112 ☎️KCC emergency helpline number 066 7183588 #StaySafe

Amenities closed due to storm Atiyah

Tralee MD will be closing the following amenities today due to risks arising from #StormAtiyah Town park, Pierce Park Ballyseedy woods in advance of status red warning. Closures will take effect by 2pm. Due to the expected arrival of Storm Atiyah, Killarney M.D. have already closed their Amenities such as Knockrear and Deer Park Playgrounds,

Red Alert Update

The Co-ordination Team has met to assess the threat and is asking members of the public to heed the advice and information provided by Met Éireann. *Due to the potential dangers members of the public are advised to stay indoors during the period of the alert.* The Team are aware that today is a significant

Extreme Weather Warning for Wind for Kerry (from Sun. 08/12 @ 4PM)

Extreme Weather Warning for Wind for Kerry (from Sun. 08/12 @ 4PM) Alert message from Met Eireann:Storm Atiyah: West to southwest winds veering northwest will reach mean speeds in excess of 80km/h with gusts in excess of 130km/h for a time this evening. Extreme caution is advised, especially near the coast and on high ground.