Storm Ali is currently battering Ireland with 130km/h gusts.
It’s causing chaos across the country with fallen trees, flying debris and large waves along the coasts.
Two weather warnings are in force including one Status Orange, Met Eireann’s second highest.
Gardai have had a busy day attending to scenes of collisions across the country with fallen trees.
And they too were victims after a tree fell on a car at Garda HQ in Dublin.
There was thankfully no injuries and officers took to Twitter to share news of the incident.
They delighted followers with a hilarious pun.
Gardai wrote: “Storm Alert : ‚ÄėSpecial Branch‚Äô down at Garda HQ this morning, thankfully no injuries. Please exercise extreme caution out there today.”
One follower joked: “Bit extreme for the under cover cars.”
Another added: “If this was an unmarked car, it’s not now!”
Someone else said: “Funny tweet . Good no one was hurt .”
Storm Ali made landfall on the west coast early this morning and moved east, affecting all areas.