Power outages reported as a result of Storm Dennis
Storm Dennis arrived in Ireland this weekend.
A number of homes have left been left without power following the adverse weather conditions caused by Storm Dennis.
RTÉ has reported that there are currently 14,000 homes, farms and businesses without power as a result of the storm, the worst of which is now said to be over.
The ESB has shared a map that shows where the worst affected places are located, which can be seen here.
Updates will be provided on the ESB website throughout Sunday evening.
A Status Orange wind warning is currently in place for Donegal, Leitrim, Sligo, Mayo, Galway, Clare, Limerick, Kerry and Cork until 10pm.
Meanwhile, a Status Yellow wind warning that was in place for all of Ireland has been cancelled.
Met Éireann said that this evening that it will continue to be "very windy or stormy early tonight".
It said: "It will be very windy everywhere with strong and very gusty southwest winds. It will be stormy at times near west and north coasts with gales and severe or damaging gusts and a risk of coastal flooding. Sunshine and widespread heavy squally showers with a risk of hail and thunder."