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It's official, today was a snow day*! Here are your pics to prove it

*Not really, we still had to work.

WE HAVE SNOW people. We. Have. Snow.

Love it or hate it many different parts of the country saw some heavy snowfall today.

So much snow in fact that loads of you have sent us pictures of several different counties being blanketed in the white stuff.

It’s even sticking in places. Seriously, take a look.

It's official, today was a snow day*! Here are your pics to prove it
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  • February snow

    Petrol stop snowing Source: Ian O Brien
  • February snow

    Snowing right outside our door of Shannonside FMSource: Darragh Harkin
  • February snow

    Soft blanket in LaoisSource: Facebook/Laois Weather
  • February snow

    Graveyard in Leitrim. Not creepy, not creepy at all. Source: Dervilla Keegan
  • February snow

    Roscommon Town #filterSource: Lisa Ryan
  • February snow

    Fancy stuff from photographer @magnumladySource: https://twitter.com/magnumlady
  • February snow

    More from @magnumladySource: https://twitter.com/magnumlady
  • February snow

    Source: Martin Carroll
  • February snow

    Can you spot the dog in Gweedore? Source: Columbia Hillen
  • February snow

    Tory and Horn HeadSource: Columbia Hillen
  • February snow

    A snow Dublin city towards St. Andrew's Church.Source: Rónán Duffy
  • February snow

    Source: Roisin McCafferty
  • February snow

    Even Simon Zebo was struggling. Source: ©INPHO/Dan Sheridan
  • February snow

    Potential Munster Head Coach Anthony Foley has a hat...and gloves.Source: ©INPHO/Dan Sheridan

Read: The weather’s set to be snow joke this week* >

Your pics: Yep, it’s snowing in parts of Ireland >

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