More than 50,000 homes and businesses remained with out vitality after Storm Ellen on Friday morning.
ESB Networks said climate stipulations had been tense and work to restore vitality would open at smash of day.
Storm Ellen swept across the nation on Wednesday evening leaving a path of destruction in its wake with a expansive amount of fallen trees and flooding, and nearly 200,000 properties first and necessary with out vitality.
The homes most affected and not utilizing a electricity for a 2d day are in counties Cork, Tipperary, Sligo, Westmeath, Longford, Roscommon and Leitrim. ESB Networks warned some homes may perchance additionally remain with out vitality into the weekend.
Co Cork was once in particular badly hit by Storm Ellen, with flooding reported in Skibbereen, Kinsale, Midleton and Bantry. There was once additional flooding in low-lying areas of Cork city centre on Thursday evening, after excessive spring tides.
Winds in Co Cork reached nearly 145km/h on the mouth of Cork harbour for the length of Storm Ellen, which brought down trees and vitality lines across Munster. Major routes had been cleared following the worst of the climate, nonetheless motorists had been entreated to converse crude warning and be alert for fallen trees and pickle flooding.
Met Éireann forecast a blustery birth to Friday with a threat of gales along the wing. Heavy rain is predicted over the morning, which will ease in the afternoon with some sparkling spells. The excellent temperatures will attain between 16 to 20 degrees.
The forecaster warned the climate would proceed to be “unseasonably wet and essentially windy” until Friday evening, with solid and gusty southwest winds.
Met Éireann reported that imply wind scramble file for August was once broken for the length of the storm.
A full list of the faults may perchance additionally additionally be realized on the Vitality Ascertain internet do of abode.