Flooding is still affecting some areas of the country tonight.
The new quay area of Clonmel in Tipperary is under water, and a number of streets are impassable.
Flood waters are receding in Cork and Waterford with only minor flooding on local roads in both counties.
In Cork, the bridge into Fermoy and several roads around the town are flooded and there is also flooding in Mallow town.
A number of roads in Dublin have now re-opened after earlier being inundated.
The rail line between Wicklow and Greystones, and the Cork- Cobh commuter line are both closed due to flooding.
Bus transfers are in operation in both areas, and between Waterford and Kilkenny.
Meanwhile, power has been restored to around 1,800 homes in the area around Taghmon in Co Wexford, and around 1,200 homes in Headford in Co Galway.
Met Éireann is predicting more stormy conditions over the next 24 hours.
Another 25mm to 50mm of rain is possible between midnight tonight and noon tomorrow, with further flooding in places.
Met Éireann is also warning of strong to gale force winds, south to southeast, backing east to northeast, and gusting as high as 50 to 60 miles per hour along the south and southeast coasts. The winds are expected to moderate tomorrow.