A Status Red Snow-Ice Warning is currently in place for Munster, Leinster and Galway, with a Status Orange Snow-Ice Warning in place for the rest of the country. You are advised to avoid all travel during a red alert. Do not drive. Both warnings are valid until 6pm today (2nd).
Gardaí are reporting extremely challenging conditions across the county, with strong winds and significantly thick snow with continuing heavy snowfall and very strong winds.
Bus Éireann services will not run in Leinster and Munster today (2nd) and all Expressway inter-city buses are also cancelled.
Irish Rail will have no services operating today. Tomorrow (3rd), services will resume from 9am with possible alterations and delays.
Suirway Bus and Coach Services will not operate today (2nd).
Dublin, Shannon, Cork and Kerry Airports have suspended most operations until approx. tomorrow morning (3rd). Ryanair and Aer Lingus have cancelled all flights to/from Irish Airports today (2nd), with the exception of some Aer Lingus eastbound transatlantic flights. Check with your airline before travelling to the airport.
So this is what a ‘Red Alert for heavy snowfall’ actually looks like @DublinAirport. We’ll have further updates in the morning. Stay safe. #StormEmma #BeastFromTheEast #Snow pic.twitter.com/ENajr7xaFX
— Dublin Airport (@DublinAirport) March 2, 2018
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