It started off with everyone mocking the name 'Doris' but after a night of horrific sleep and trying to walk to work in gale force winds, everyone is realising the true power of the storm.
As 56,000 people nationwide are left without power and several flights to the UK have been cancelled, Storm Doris has blocked roads with fallen trees (and even trampolines).
Here's some of the best pictures online this morning that show the aftermath of the storm:
Watch out for the trampolines...
— STEVEN COOPER (@stevencooperdj) February 23, 2017
Trees don't stand a chance at the canal
— Ruth McAvinia (@ruthie147) February 23, 2017
Don't even think about keeping a roof on any old sheds
Yep, more trees flying away.
— Kevin Jenkinson (@newsbicky) February 23, 2017
Even the Liffey isn't safe from Doris
— ????ula ????am (@RulaVam) February 23, 2017
Scary scenes on a ferry this morning
— Seán Mac Eochaidh ™ (@Social_Seany) February 23, 2017
Driving to work is more difficult than usual today
— Carla O'Brien (@CarlaO_Brien) February 23, 2017
Not even Topaz is safe
— Craig, the Martian (@CraigMartian) February 23, 2017
Chaos around Naas this morning numerous trees have come down in the storm pic.twitter.com/lua42UZsvh
— Kildare Weather (@KildareMet) February 23, 2017
Many roads in Dublin are blocked
— Jason (@Richa284) February 23, 2017
Do you have more images of Storm Doris? Post them below in the comments!
Header image: @richa284