AA Roadwatch announces number of road closures including mudslide in Cork
This morning, the AA Roadwatch is giving live updates on road delays and closures following Storm Callum sweeping the nation overnight.
A number of routes have been highly affected by fallen trees and debris and so, motorists are asked to travel cautiously this morning.
In Cork, the Cobh/Fota Road has been closed due to a reported mudslide. AA Roadwatch has not announced when the road is set to reopen.
— AA Roadwatch (@aaroadwatch) October 12, 2018
Aside from that, here are other updates to affected routes across the country.
Tipperary - A fallen tree is completely blocking the Clonmel Road (R689) about 1.5km outside Killenaule.
There is a tree partially blocking the Old N7 (R445) at the Yellow Bridge Pub halfway between Nenagh and Birdhill.
Cork - The Cobh/Fota Rd (R624) is closed at Carrigaloe due to a mudslide.
There are reports of a fallen tree and electrical pole partially blocking Centre Park Road inbound.
Wicklow - There is a fallen tree on the Red Cross Rd (R754) approx 1.5km outside Barndarrig.
Dublin - Home Farm Rd in Drumcondra is blocked due to a fallen tree.
Flooding is causing issues on the Stillorgan Rd inbound under the UCD Flyover.
Meath - The Dublin Rd (R132) is blocked just outside Drogheda at the Southgate SC R/A due to a fallen tree.
Gardai advise caution on the N51 between Navan and Slane due to fallen branches and debris.
Kildare - Debris is blocking the left lane of the M9 southbound after J2 Kilcullen.
You can check live updates here.
Many roads were also closed last night as a precautionary step. These roads are located in both Galway and Waterford and are expected to remain closed for the duration of the day.
You can read all here.