There are still "considerable snow drifts" in high areas like North Kilkenny, Graignamanagh and South Kilkenny which Council staff cannot access.
A snowdrift is a bank of deep snow heaped up by the wind.
The local authority say they will continue to review these areas.
The Council has collected additional supplies of salt this morning.
People are asked to conserve water and not to have taps running continuously. Any queries in relation to water disruptions should be directed to Irish Water at 1850 278278.
The Council's contact centre is open and the public are advised to ring with any weather related emergencies at 056 7794145.
Regular updates will be provided throughout the day on all normal news channels, social media, and the Council website, www.kilkennycoco.ie
Still considerable snow drifts in high areas like North Kilkenny, Graiguenamangh & South Kilkenny.— Kilkenny Council (@KilkennyNotices) March 3, 2018
At moment not possible to access these areas
People are advised to take extreme caution if they are making any journeys.
We will continue to review the situation in these areas.
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