Voter turnout across the country is steady in the 2020 General Election.
Some areas had higher than expected turnout this morning, possibly ahead of Storm Ciara's arrival later.
As of 10 am this morning, Dublin County was averaging about 6.4% turnout with some boxes headed for double figures
However, turnout has picked up since then and is strong across most of the country.
The Dublin constituencies are ranging between a low of 12% in one Dublin Central station to highs of 22% in Dublin Bay North.
Typically turnout is in the high teens and early 20s.
In Mayo, the turnout approaching lunchtime was averaging 14% with Ballina boys National School the highest at 17%.
Wicklow turnout has been high with 15-20% reported in Tinahealy and 19-20% in east Wicklow.
Bray/Greystones has seen a turnout of nearly 25% while Shoreline is at 34%.
Turnout across Galway is also high with an average of 18% and St Enda's in Salthill recording 23% turnout.
At noon in Tipperary turnout was up on the last election with Clonmel a very busy 23% and the rest of the county averaging around 17%.
At 12.30 pm across Cavan Monaghan turnout also high ranging between almost 24% in Virginia National School to 17.5% in Castleblaney.
A lot of returning officers reporting slightly higher than usual morning turnout with people perhaps voting early ahead of Storm Ciara.