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12 isolated homes at Clonlara

Clare County Council has reported water levels on the Lower River Shannon at Springfield, Clonlara, increased by 5-10cm (50-100mm) during Tuesday and overnight, and are now just under 20cm (200mm) lower than they were at their peak on December 13. The council says that the Mulkear River in County Limerick, which enters the River Shannon south of Annacotty, is currently in flood and is contributing to increased water levels at Springfield. Council staff are being assisted by the Fire Service and Defence Forces at Springfield, Clonlara, in its ongoing pumping operations and transportation of residents to and from approximately 12 homes isolated by flood waters.

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Severe weather on the way

Clare County Council has received notification from Met Éireann warning that a severe storm will develop to affect western fringe counties, including Clare, from approximately midday tomorrow, Wednesday until mid-morning on Thursday. Wind gusts of up to 130km/hr are likely to prevail over the period and the storm will also incorporate periods of significant rainfall. “While the entire county will be affected, the most extreme impacts are likely to be along the coastline. The advice is not to venture out or to drive on exposed roads while these conditions prevail,” said a council spokesperson.

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