Kerry County Council advise of heavy surface water on roads around the county

  Flooding Kerry County Council says there is heavy surface water on roads around the county. A status orange weather warning remains in place with up to 50mm of rain forecast. The Killarney-Gneeveguila road is closed at Tournaragh bridge. There is surface water at the Dan Tims side of the viaduct at Gleask, Kells. There are also reports of flooding at Barna Gaoithe, Kilcummin and at the graveyard in Ballyseedy as well as the N71 Killarney-Kenmare road and N72 at Kilbonane. The road at Feoghanach in west Kerry is also flooded, as is the Gortacoco and Rusheen road near Ballylongford and the Tarbert-Glin road. Kerry County Council says they may have to close the Gortacoco road but are monitoring the situation. There is minor flooding at the N70 at Kerry County Council says there is heavy surface water on roads around the county. A status orange weather warning remains in place with up to 50mm of rain forecast. The Killarney-Gneeveguila road is closed at Tournaragh bridge. There is surface water at the Dan Tims side of the viaduct at Gleask, Kells. There are also reports of flooding at Barna Gaoithe, Kilcummin and at the graveyard in Ballyseedy as well as the N71 Killarney-Kenmare road and N72 at Kilbonane. The road at Feoghanach in west Kerry is also flooded, as is the Gortacoco and Rusheen road near Ballylongford and the Tarbert-Glin road. Kerry County Council says they may have to close the Gortacoco road but are monitoring the situation. There is minor flooding at the N70 at Knockeens on the Waterville side of Caherciveen. Kerry Airport says all its flights are operating to schedule at this time, as is the Shannon Ferries service from Tarbert to Killimer. River levels are expected to peak in the lower Shannon towards Limerick, tomorrow and Monday. However, Harm Luijkx from Met Eireann says things are set to improve in the coming hours. Audio: Met.wav [audio_player src=”http://media.radiokerry.ie/mediamanager/embed/audio/49825/medium/”] on the Waterville side of Caherciveen. Kerry Airport says all its flights are operating to schedule at this time, as is the Shannon Ferries service from Tarbert to Killimer. River levels are expected to peak in the lower Shannon towards Limerick, tomorrow and Monday. However, Harm Luijkx from Met Eireann says things are set to improve in the coming hours. [audio_player src=”http://media.radiokerry.ie/mediamanager/embed/audio/49825/medium/”]