Storm Barra has already caused significant disruption across the country, leaving thousands without power.
Flooding has been seen in Cork and Kerry where a status red wind warning is in place until 9pm.
Here are some of the scenes that have been captured so far.
The streets around Cork City's quays saw flooding shortly before high tide at around 7.30am with the water reaching the South Mall.
Flooding was also seen in Cork county in various parts of West Cork and Youghal, where there were wild scenes this morning.
Social media also had reports of a trampoline being blown away in Co Kilkenny.
Meanwhile, a trampoline was rescued in Bantry after it had begun to blow away.
Parts of Kerry were also hit with flooding, where Kenmare, Tralee and Killarney saw the worst of it. The road approaching the Suspension Bridge in Kenmare has been deemed impassible.
Out at sea, Damien McCallig captured some stunning photos of fishing vessel Dawn Ross making for Castletownbere during the storm.
Footage from inside Fastnet Lighthouse captured the danger of the sea during the storm.