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Cork City Council wishes to advise that some low-level tidal flooding is expected in low lying areas of the city this evening, Tuesday 31 October. This is as a result of of the last of the current cycle of high astronomical Spring tides.
There is a risk that some roads and parking areas along low-lying quays in the city centre may suffer localised flooding and ponding during high tide, in particular South Terrace, Sharman Crawford Street, Wandesford Quay and Lavitt’s Quay.
High tide time of note is 18:59.
With very heavy rain also predicted this evening and tomorrow evening as Storm Ciarán passes over Ireland, road users are advised to proceed with caution.
As forecast tidal conditions are variable at this time, Cork City Council is continuing to closely monitor the situation. Please stay alert for further updates, should forecast conditions change.