Council staff will be working throughout the day to clear roads across Waterford City and County and people can report any incidents by calling 0761 10 20 20.
Director of Service with Waterford Council Fergus Galvin says they’ve gotten a lot of assistance from the public over the past number of days, and that it’s proven useful.
“We mightn’t have full visibility of these incidents, as we have the guts of 3000 kilometers of roads to cover.”
The local authority have also advised that sandbags are available at their various depots, if needed.
People are being asked to remain cautious if travelling on County roads.
The Dunhill Road is closed due to a fallen pole.
The R671 Road at Touraneena has been reopened however people are being asked to take care as there is still some localised flooding.
A tree which was blocking the The Nire Road after Steel Bridge has been removed and the road has been reopened.
Christchurch cathedral in Waterford city is closed due to roof damage from storm Ophelia
Tomorrow’s planned concert of Ukranian music has been deferred.
Killea church in Dunmore East will also be closed until further notice due to roof damage caused by Monday’s storm.
Sunday morning mass will be celebrated in the Fisherman’s Hall at 10 o’clock in the morning.