Parts of Cork city and county have been hit by serious flooding following overnight downpours.
Douglas village is one of the worst affected areas, Gardaí have said it is now under at least two feet of floodwater and should be avoided if at all possible.
Some roads in the Lower Killeens area between Blarney and the city are impassable, while Glanmire has also been badly hit.
The road by the Viaduct on the road from Bandon into the city is impassable, as is the Mallow road in and out of the city.
Gardaí said they have had a number of calls relating to flooding in people's homes, but there are no reports of any injuries so far.
Meanwhile, other parts of the country have also been hit by flooding this morning.
Dangerous conditions have been reported on the M7 also as a car has overturned at the Athy junction in County Kildare, while there have been a number of other flood-related incidents between the Naas North and M9 junctions.
A car's become stuck under a railway bridge on the Ballymahon road in Meath because of flooding, and in Tipperary, the M8 Dublin/Cork Rd is flooded between the Cahir South and Mitchelstown North junctions, but it's not yet closed.