In late the river flooded , causing some of the most significant damage in Cork city for a number of centuries. The River Lee and Its Tributaries 1 ed. The river flows over the Lee weir and then is split into the north and south channels at a sluice it historically occupied the city area as a maze of channels. Departing the lough, running east, it again becomes a rapid flow before running into The Gearagh , and Carrigadrohid feeder reservoirs, and then into the large Inniscarra reservoir created by Inniscarra Dam. Not to be confused with Lees River. Tidal considerations, combined with low-lying urban developments, and later dam management contribute to repeated flooding events on the Lee.
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