在昨天的暴风雨高峰期间，许多道路都被封闭，包括蒂珀雷里Ballinderry的Nenagh / Terryglass路，位于Portumna和Borrisokane之间的N65公路以及Borrisokane / Cloghan Rd（R438）的一部分。
When Storm Jorge hit the United Kingdom, strong winds of up to 75 mph hit South Wales this morning after digital desk staff Storm Jorge. Hundreds of houses and businesses are still without electricity. All disruptions took place in Atlantic Coast counties, which were the first to be hit in yesterday's storm.
Snow / ice warnings remain yellow this morning in Ireland until 9am. Meanwhile, Galway, Clare and parts of the Central Region continue to face the prospect of flooding today.
During yesterday's stormy peak, many roads were closed, including Nenagh / Terryglass Road in Tipperary Ballinderry, the N65 highway between Portumna and Borrisokane, and part of Borrisokane / Cloghan Rd (R438).
At the same time, there were still small aircraft warnings this morning that the Irish Coast Guard once again asked the public not to put their lives or the lives of rescue teams at risk by unnecessarily risking to bare shores.
In the UK, Storm Jorge has experienced heavy rain and strong winds, heralding its arrival, as the UK will experience the bad weather for the fourth weekend. The third severe storm of the month will bring rain, wind and snow, and issue weather alerts nationwide.
The flooded South Wales Police announced a temporary "serious incident" on Saturday morning as emergency services, Parliament and other agencies work to protect property and infrastructure and protect residents.
In the Pontypridd and Cardiff Ely areas, which were also flooded two weeks ago, people were advised to stay indoors to warn of further rise in water levels, with gusts of up to 70 mph .