Over 1,000 people are without electricity in Dublin today due to the stormy weather.
People in Dundrum, Sutton, Rathgar and Glasthule are experiencing outages.
The ESB has apologised for the interruption in supply and are working to restore power to those affected as soon as possible.
"We apologise for the loss of supply. We are currently working to repair a fault affecting your premises and will restore power as quickly as possible."
Torrential rain and gale force winds have battered the capital all morning as Storm Diana approaches from the Atlantic.
The worst has yet to come, however, with possible status orange weather warnings issued tomorrow as Storm Diana makes landfall.
A new yellow warning extended to all counties was issued a little while ago by Met Éireann.
The warning is currently valid from tomorrow at 05:00 to tomorrow at 16:00. but this could be subject for change.
New Yellow Weather Warning issued for entire country:
Gale force winds associated with Storm Diana on Wednesday: South to southwest winds of 55 to 65 km/h will gust 90 to 110 km/h.
Valid from Wednesday 28 November 2018 05:00 to Wednesday 28 November 2018 16:00#StormDiana pic.twitter.com/P0LnadsTAm
— Carlow Weather (@CarlowWeather) November 27, 2018
If you need to report a fault with the ESB, you can call phone 1850 372 999.