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3,000 remain without power in wake of Storm Barra
Storm Barra: 13,000 without power and 10,000 facing water supply issues amid clean-up operation
Schools across the country advised to 'open tomorrow as usual'
Schools closed in 12 counties and transport disrupted as Storm Barra moves north
Storm Barra is making its way across the north west, leaving thousands without power.
Schools in 12 counties are to remain closed today - Dublin was added to the list late last night.
Local authorities in counties with no Status Orange warnings have begun clearing trees from the roads.
Storm Barra: Schools in Dublin and 11 other counties advised to remain closed
This includes counties Donegal, Sligo, Leitrim, Cork, Kerry, Waterford, Limerick, Clare, Galway, Mayo and Wexford.
The advice to close also applies to third-level facilities in the affected counties.
If an individual school in other areas is deemed by school boards to be affected by the storm they can decide to close.
Power outages, flooding and now a Dublin orange warning as Storm Barra hits
Schools will be closed again tomorrow in 11 counties
Some 38,000 homes and businesses around the country remain without power
A status red warning is in place in Co Clare
ESB warn some customers to be left without electricity overnight as 38,000 remain without power
Five 'boil water' notices issued as Storm Barra impacts water supplies of over 76,000 people
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How does Met Éireann decide on weather warnings?
Tens of thousands without power and people told to stay indoors in Red counties
Storm Barra: Everything you need to know as it arrives on our shores
Storm Barra: Red wind warning for Cork, Clare and Kerry as forecasters predict 130km/h gusts
Storm Barra: All schools and colleges in counties under Red and Orange warnings to close tomorrow
Status Orange and Yellow warnings issued ahead of Storm Barra next week