Storm Brendan is certainly making its presence felt across the country and not least of all in Donegal.
Many people from the county and beyond are following #StormBrendan on all social media platforms.
The latest news, shortly after 2pm, is that exams have been cancelled at LYIT this afternoon. So, it is an ill wind that blows nobody any good.
A post on Facebook reads: "Due to the adverse weather conditions, examinations which are scheduled to take place at 6pm this evening, Monday 13 January have been postponed and will now take place at 6pm on Tuesday 14 January, 2020."
The Harry Blayney Bridge has been closed to high sided vehicles a tweet from Donegal County Council informs us.January 13, 2020
Warnings have been issued for a number of counties in relation to trees falling and Donegal is among those counties.
#StormBrendan A large number of fallen trees reported in several counties now, including many parts of Leinster, Cork, Kerry, Tipperary and Donegal. Continued caution needed. Full updates at https://t.co/pdsEzJTRQr
— AA Roadwatch (@aaroadwatch) January 13, 2020
Those at the Donegal County Museum are watching the storm unfold outside their windows.
People are being warned to stay clear from the coast. This picture depicts how rough the sea is in coastal areas.
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