Tipperary County Council has stated that all national roads in the county are now cleared of debris following Hurricane Ophelia, with the exception of the N74 from Golden to Cashel.
Works are continuing during the day on clearing minor roads as there is still a lot of debris and some roads are obstructed, so please continue to travel with caution, they said.
"We would appreciate that you would bear with Tipperary County Council staff in our efforts in clearing roads and making travel safe for all road users," said the council.
There are two roads still blocked in the Thurles area, awaiting on the ESB as there are wires down:
The Mill road Thurles
The Rock road Ballycahill
The council is asking the public not to travel these roads until such time as the ESB make the roads safe.
Other roads still affected include:
One mile outside Ballingarry North, tree down one mile outside Ballingarry North
Clonmel to Kilkenny road, about 100m past Ormond Stores from Clonmel
The Willows, Thurles (danger of tree falling and will block the road when it happens)
Templemore to Dunkerrin Road, about half a km from Templemore
Travel through Portroe, Nenagh towards Ballina - two trees down on the hill, past the school
R503 from Thurles to Newport - tree half blocking the road
Rochestown Cross, on the Ardfinnan Road, heading towards Grange
Poles down on Golden Road, Cashel. Please avoid
Trees down on the Grange Road, Clonmel - between Rochestown and Loughryan. ESB wires wrapped around them. Please avoid the area
Fallen tree blocking the road in Ballynevin East of Anner Castle Ballinamore Clonmel
Tree down on road outside H &L Environmental Services on the Johnstown road from Templetuohy Village, Thurles
Tree down in Lisheen Moyne, Thurles. Travelling from Urlingford to Mary Willies turn right
Dangerous tree fallen on Montevideo Road on Templemore Road out of Roscrea
Large branch hanging precariously over the road between the post office and Grattan Street, Tipperary Town
Trees down at Yellow Bridge, Nenagh: Glosh Lane, Boher, Ballina, link road to the Round Hill Bar
Tree down on Ballygraigue Road, Nenagh (road from Ballygraigue to Bawn). Road at present is impassable.
Road at Ormonde Stile, Nenagh (road from Griffins Cross to Templederry). At Four Cross Roads, take the Cooneen Road. There are forestry trees down across the road. Road is passable for cars only.