Gardai across the region are advising road users to be aware of extensive surface water on roads this morning.There is also extensive debris and branches on the roads in places, as Storm Barra hits western counties.
A tree is down on the Thomastown- Hollymount road and the road is blocked at present.
A tree is down on the Weatherfort- Ballyglass road and the road is blocked.
A tree is down on Belcarra to Manulla road outside Castlebar.
A tree down in the Ugool area, of Kilmovee.
A number of trees are partially blocking the Crossmolina road that leads along to the main Erris to Castlebar road, travel with due caution is the advice. This road is not blocked.
Balla to Kiltimagh road partially blocked with a fallen tree.
Bins are blowing out on to streets and roads across the region and the public is urged to take in their bins.
Some snow fell overnight in the Erris area and as a result slushy road conditions are reported this morning on the R3112 between Belmullet and Castlebar.
Similar conditions are reported on the N59 between Newport and Mulranny.
Snow is falling in places across the region.
In Galway, high tide passed without incident this morning, with gardai saying all roads around the city remain open.
The Covid vaccination clinics in most western counties are cancelled today due to the storm.
They include – The Mayo centre at Breaffy, Castlebar, the Galway centre at the Racecourse in the city, the Sligo Centre at the Racecourse in Sligo and the Centre in Leitrim at Carrick on Shannon.
The Coastguard is again urging the public to stay away from the coastline - right along western counties during the storm. While it may be tempting to look at the seas in these conditions, people are asked to stay away.
The National Emergency team is advising people to keep their mobile phone charged throughout the day – you may lose power, and you may need the phone in an emergency.