Cork has once again fallen foul of rising tides as parts of the city centre have begun to flood.
The city council issued a tidal flood alert for 9.04am this morning.
At high tide in #Cork. Water on streets along the quays; otherwise no significant flooding. Whatever comes now is down to surge. @rtenews pic.twitter.com/1pv0gPIWJe— Paschal Sheehy (@PaschalSheehy) February 2, 2017
Parts of Lapp's Quay, Morrison's Island and Father Matthew Quay have already begun to flood.
Some water beginning to spill onto the streets in #Cork. But, despite #flood warnings, people continue to park on the quays. @rtenews pic.twitter.com/VZIPLOykcf— Paschal Sheehy (@PaschalSheehy) February 2, 2017
Cork wasn't the only place to get hammered with rising waters, check out this video from Clontarf this afternoon.
Outside of the city, rising water levels have led to road coverage in Middleton.