Limerick council issues warning about high tides

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The council has urged "caution around water due to high tides" this Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday
LIMERICK’S local authority has issued a warning to the public to “exercise caution” around rivers in the region over the coming days, with high tides expected this week.

LIMERICK’S local authority has issued a warning to the public to “exercise caution” around rivers in the region over the coming days, with high tides expected this week.

Limerick City and County Council urged “caution around water due to high tides” this Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday.

“Limerick City and County Council is urging the public to exercise caution in the vicinity of rivers over the next few days,” it said.

Higher than average tides were forecast to occur twice daily today and again on Wednesday and Thursday, resulting in elevated water levels. The Council added that “standard operating and response procedures are in place in the event of localised flooding incidents occurring”.

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