Flooding has been reported in many areas of the county. Drivers are advised to drive with caution particularly on country roads where there may be surface water.
Some flooding has been reported in the Clon Road and Limerick Road in Ennis.
Met Éireann has issue a Status Yellow wind warning for four counties including Clare.
The weather service is warning of very strong and gusty west to southwest winds during Wednesday afternoon and evening in counties Clare, Cork, Kerry and Galway.
Gusts of up to 90 to 110km/h can be expected with the strongest winds in exposed areas.
Met Éireann has also said there is potential for localised spray and wave overtopping along Atlantic coasts.
The warning will come into effect at 1.00pm on Wednesday and remain in place until 7.00pm (Wednesday).
Meanwhile, on Thursday morning persistent or heavy rain will spread eastwards across the region with strong southerly winds and with localised flooding possible. Sunshine and showers will follow in the afternoon with hail and isolated thunderstorms possible. Southwest winds will become strong and gusty, especially in the west. Highest temperatures of 9 to 11 degrees.