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Dublin: 26°C Thursday 11 August 2022


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WELCOME TO WEDNESDAY. We’ll be with you until after 9am this morning as another working day gets underway.

Stick with us for all the latest traffic, travel and weather updates from across the country.

Morning, folks.

Catherine Healy here on’s commuting liveblog, helping you get to where you need to go.

Spotted something we should know about? Email or tweet me @Chealy_.

Not while driving, of course.

Let’s take a look at the weather forecast. Met Éireann says the day will be dry with initial frost and then spells of sunshine. Temperatures will be between eight and 10 degrees in the east, reaching as high as 15 degrees in the west.

Not time to put the winter coat away yet, in other words.

There was sad news last night from Limerick city, where a man was killed after the car he was travelling in crashed into a van. Road diversions on Hyde Road remain in place this morning:

Minor delays have been reported on Clanbrassil Street in Dublin city centre:

Take note if you were planning to get a train from Cork this morning:

Don’t count on a bus transfer if you’ve been put out by that Irish Rail power failure:

Trains should be back running in Cork in about 10 minutes:

If you’re driving through Dublin city tomorrow, remember that there’ll be major diversions in place for the Paddy’s Day parade.

Full details from Dublin City Council are available here.

Watch out if you’re passing through Charlemont Street in Dublin:

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