How the councils are coping
- Dublin City: Restrictions will continue to apply from 7pm to 7am but areas will only be cut off every second day.
- Dun Laoghaire-Rathdown: Supplies improving but overnight shut-downs or pressure losses will apply over the coming nights.
- Fingal: Pressure reductions and cut-offs for next two nights. Tankers in place but supplies restored in most areas, apart from Kileek Lane/Leas Cross and St Margarets due to pump failure.
- South Dublin: Loss of supply across the entire area from 7pm tonight until 7am tomorrow.
Restrictions in place across the county, and property owners are urged to check for leaks.
Widespread shortages with parts of Cavan town cut off from 9pm last night. Tankers in use throughout the county.
Water cut off in 23 towns and villages including Ennis, Shannon and Ennistymon yesterday. Tankers in use.
Water restored in most parts apart from north of the county. Restrictions in Mallow and Charleville.
Restrictions in Stranorlar area from 6 last night. Public urged to conserve supplies.
Supplies critically low, with cut-offs in Ballinasloe, Barna, Moycullen and Athenry. Tankers in use.
Supplies have been restored to most areas.
Some restrictions remain in place.
No restrictions planned.
Supplies in most areas.
Night-time restrictions in some areas.
Night-time restrictions in some areas. Normal supplies in the city.
Reservoir levels low with restrictions in some areas.
Supply restored to normal in most areas.
Most restrictions lifted but people warned to conserve water.
Supply to most areas but councils warns that more pipes may burst.
Normal supply in most areas.
Restrictions in place, particularly in the south.
Restrictions at night to build up supplies.
Low pressure in some areas.
Night time restrictions in Ballymote, Coolaney, Ballinacarrow, Monasteraden, Gurteen and Ballintogher
Overnight shut-offs across the county but supplies improving.
Reduced pressure with supplies shut off at night.