Drivers are being urged to take care this morning with a Status Orange weather warning in level across Dublin.
Storm Eunice is set to cause hazardous conditions on Irish roads with a new “hazardous” snow and ice warning now in place until Saturday.
Emergency services have already rushed to crashes across the city with people being urged to slow down.
Dublin Fire Brigade rushed to North Strand Road to investigate reports of smoke nearby.
They were blocking lanes under the railway bridge but the road is now clear.
They tweeted: “We have cleared the scene of an incident on North Strand Road near the railway bridge. Road users were affected but all lane closures have now been lifted.”
Meanwhile, there is a collision in the right lane on the N81, before the M50.
Several flights out of Dublin Airport have been cancelled this morning. The cancelled flights include:
- 8:50am-British Airways- London LCY
- 9:00am-United Airlines- Newark
- 9:40am- British Airways- London LHR
- 10:00am- Aer Lingus- London LHR
- 10:05am- Aer Canada- Toronto
- 10:40am- American Airlines- Philadelphia
- 10:50am- British Airways- London LHR
- 11:05am- British Airways- London LCY
- 12:10pm- Aer Lingus- Birmingham
- 12:15pm- Aer Lingus- Mancester
- 12:45pm – Aer Lingus- London LGW
- 1:05pm- British Airways- London LHR
- 3:55pm- British Airways- London LCY
Bus Éireann have also cancelled a number of their services today due to Storm Eunice.
They said: “The following additional @expressway services have been cancelled this morning Route: 30, 5:30 Donegal to Dublin Route: x30, 11:00 Dublin to Donegal Route 64, 06:25 Donegal to Sligo.”
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