Kildare County Council issue icy roads warning for the morning   

Temperatures to drop to -3

Niamh O'Donoghue


Niamh O'Donoghue


Kildare County Council issue icy roads warning for the morning   

File photo: Frosty roads

Kildare County Council are urging the public to take care on the roads tomorrow with temperatures expected to drop to -3 tonight which will result in dangerous conditions.

The public are also being reminded to when traveling on roads throughout the county today, and in particular local roads where flood waters may not have receded as yet.

“The Kildare County Council front line services, namely the Road Crews, the Fire Service and the Civil Defence have responded to numerous calls throughout yesterday and today in regard to issues caused by the heavy rainfall experienced yesterday,” said a spokesperson.

“The main focus yesterday was to ensure that homes were protected. Our teams provided sand bags where required and pumped water away from affected areas where possible.”

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The focus overnight shifted to clearing roads that were closed due to flooding and tremendous progress was made in regard to reopening roads with all up to date details included on the Kildare County Council web site and all our social media platforms.

For top tips for road users in wet, flooded, and windy conditions log on to for information.

Kildare County Council crews will be salting designated routes but the public are being warned to take extra care when using roads and footpaths.

Anyone experiencing any difficulties should contact Kildare County Council.

Contact us between 9am to 5pm Tel. (045) 980 200 or

Out of Hours Emergency Contact Number Tel. 1890 500 503

For updates please view the Council website at ‘All