Several roads throughout Ireland are impassable due to flooding this morning
Take note before starting your journey.
A number of roads throughout Ireland were closed or impassable on Thursday morning due to localised flooding after persistent rain over the last 24 hours.
AA Roadwatch have warned motorists that parts of Leinster and Munster have been the worst affected, with a number of roads closed or impassable in Kilkenny, Tipperary, Cork, Wexford and Wicklow (see details below).
Motorists have been warned only to drive through water if they know it’s not too deep for their car and if they have to drive through standing water, to drive through the centre of the road at the highest point.
On wet roads, motorists have been advised to reduce speed and to keep a safe distance from the vehicle in front and to be particularly mindful of vulnerable road users such as pedestrians and cyclists.
For updates on road conditions throughout Ireland throughout the day, check out the AA Roadwatch website.
Roads affected by flooding on Thursday morning
Both The Quay and Marshes St in Thomastown are impassable due to flooding.
Annamult Rd in Bennetsbridge is impassable.
There is flooding on the Faugheen/Carrick-on-Suir Rd (R697) at Cregg. Gardaí advise taking an alternative route.
Orwell Rd has reopened following flooding.
Park Rd in Mallow, part of the N72 route, remains closed due to flooding.
South of Enniscorthy, Edermine Bridge is closed due to flooding.
There is flooding at several locations on the Kilmacanogue/Roundwood Rd (R755), especially around Calary. Gardaí advise using an alternative route.
The Roundwood/Sally Gap Rd (R759) is impassable due to flooding.