There have been no reports of any major damage or flooding in the west, as Storm Dylan passed over the country.
Gardaí in Co Mayo said a fallen tree in Belcarra was removed earlier this morning.
There is some excess surface water on roads around Westport but no other issues are reported around the county.
Storm Dylan has now moved to the north of Ireland. Winds are generally easing, however they remain very strong & gusty in the north & northeast.— Met Éireann (@MetEireann) December 31, 2017
Orange and yellow wind warnings remain in effect until 9am.
The strongest recorded gust thus far was 124km/h at Malin Head.#StormDylan pic.twitter.com/PMEk6hcizQ
The ESB has said there are around 800 customers without power, mainly in Galway, Sligo and Donegal.
It said power was restored to around 6,700 homes overnight.
In Galway, Seapoint Promenade remains closed.
Gardaí said the parking area around Silver Strand beach has some debris after high winds but no major damage was caused.