Ireland Should Be Storm Free For "At Least A Week"

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The country was hit by two storms in the past four days.

It's looking like we'll be storm-free for at least a week, after the country was hit by both Storm Isha and Jocelyn in recent days.

Crews from the UK are due to arrive in Ireland this evening to restore power to those affected by storms Isha and Jocelyn.

The ESB says around 12,000 of its customers remain in the dark, down from a peak of 235,000.

The worst affected areas are Donegal, Sligo, Leitrim, Mayo, Cavan and Longford.

The ESB is advising anyone who comes across fallen wires to report them immediately.

Rhode's Cathal Nolan, from Ireland's Weather Channel, says the weather warnings are finished, for now:

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