Here are some of the major travel updates as Ophelia makes landfall
Ophelia made landfall earlier this morning.
Dublin Bus has just announced they will stop services from 10am today.
While peak services operated as normal, the company said there would be "significant disruption" to routes between 10 am and 7pm.
Services will be withdrawn from 10 am and resume around 7pm, provided it is safe to do so.
— Dublin Bus (@dublinbusnews) October 16, 2017
Luas Red Line and Green Line services are still in operation but they say they will be monitoring the situation throughout the day.
"We will be monitoring the situation throughout the day and will take advice from Met Éireann and the National Emergency Coordination Committee as the day progresses," reads the latest update on their website.
"The safety of our customers and Luas staff is of the utmost importance."
Please see https://t.co/w5mIjQTkX3 for updates throughout the day. Be advised services are running this morning.
— Luas (@Luas) October 16, 2017
Irish Rail has notified customers of a series of travel arrangements put in place for today due to the weather warnings for Hurricane Ophelia.
They updated customers on their website a short time ago and a number of routes have already been affected due to today's weather.
Bus Éireann last night announced that they were cancelling their services from 5am this morning until 2pm today.
They said the situation would be reviewed today as they gathered more information and that services might resume later today.
All services cancelled nationwide from 0500-1400 tomorrow. Situation will be reviewed and some services may resume in the afternoon #Ophelia
— Bus Eireann (@Buseireann) October 15, 2017
Multiple flights in and out of airports in Ireland have been cancelled as the country braces itself for severe weather conditions from storm Ophelia.
Dublin Airport announced on Monday morning that it will be open and operational on Monday and that early morning flights will be operating as normal, but up to 125 flights will be cancelled later in the day.
Flights currently operating normally, but up to 125 flights have been cancelled this PM due to storm #Ophelia http ://ow.ly/py2y30fTJgA
— Dublin Airport (@DublinAirport) October 16, 2017
All intending passengers have been advised to contact their airline or check their airline’s website before coming to Dublin Airport; the latest information on departures can be found here and arrivals here.
Cork Airport is also informing passengers that a number of flights to and from the airport have been cancelled.
Again they are asking customers to check with their airline for updates.
— Cork Airport (@CorkAirport) October 16, 2017
Belfast Airport and Shannon Airport also updated it's passengers again asking them to check with the individual airline before they travel.
Strong winds are expected across NI tomo. Flights are scheduled to operate as normal but check with airline for latest flight info #Ophelia
— Belfast Airport (@BelfastAirport) October 15, 2017
— Shannon Airport (@ShannonAirport) October 16, 2017