All local roads have reopened following Storm Ophelia

All roads closed due to storm debris have now reopened.

Cavan and Monaghan county council crews have been working through the night and this morning to ensure that roads are cleared and normal life can resume.

In Cavan, council crews dealt with a total of 47 call outs using nine fire brigades and 10 municipal district crews.

No injuries were reported and no brigades are out at present with just a general clean-up happening.

In Monaghan, All national and regional roads are now passable but care is still needed as debris is still being cleared.

Both councils are still advising all motorists to reduce speed and take care on the roads today.

Meanwhile, there are still around 600 power outages in Cavan and Monaghan and the ESB are working to get all services back up and running as soon as possible.

In a statement from the Cavan County Council Chief Executive Tommy Ryan, he pays tribute to the hard work and dedication of all involved in the clean-up.

With normal life resuming, these people in Monaghan have been telling us how they found the storm: