Met Eireann High Tide Warning

High Waves

Met Eireann have issued a High Tide Advisory covering the period from Friday morning to Monday evening with coastal levels HIGH for southern coasts on Saturday.  A period of supermoon spring tides, expected to be one of the highest during 2024, are the primary driver for the elevated and high coastal levels over the weekend. 

Cork County Council has activated its protocol with pumping arrangements deployed at designated locations affected by such forecasted conditions. 

Property owners and residents at known coastal risk locations are advised to take the usual necessary precautions for this High Tide Advisory.

Issues such as flooding and road damage should be reported to your local Council Office during working hours (9am to 5pm), details of which can be found by visiting the local area office webpage. Outside working hours, contact Cork County Council via its Emergency Out of Hours number 0214800048

Call 999 or 112 and request the Fire Service, Ambulance Service, Gardaí or Irish Coastguard as appropriate.