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Dublin: 15°C Saturday 28 May 2022

Snow Day: Ireland wakes up to a white morning

Snow fell in various areas across the country overnight.

SNOW IS ALWAYS a little bit exciting, isn’t it?

Yes, traffic is terrible, driving is dangerous, walking can be a nightmare and did we mention the cold? But it does make everything look a little bit prettier.

Some of our readers from across the country have shared their early-morning images of the snow for us to enjoy.

  • Read today’s weather report here.

Dundalk, County Louth

(Image: Helen Myers)

Bagnelstown, County Carlow

(Image: Lorraine Ryan)

Rathcroghan Visitor Centre, Roscommon

(Image: Rathcroghan Visitor Centre)


Seán and Lellie busy in Kilkenny this morning. (Image: Carol Tadhg)

Ardee, County Louth

(Image: Mark O’Brien)

Monasterevin, County Kildare

(Image: Stephen O’Rourke)

Glencullen, County Dublin

(Image: Kathryn Mason)

Crosshaven, County Cork

(Image: Georgina Maher)

Knockanore, County Waterford

(Image: Derek Kelly via @MeteoTimesIRL)

Blarney, County Cork

(Image: Pat Flavey via @MeteoTimesIRL)

Balbriggan Beach, County Dublin

(Image: Aisling Carroll)

Cork Airport

(Image: Andrew Gregg)

Ballymahon, County Longford

(Image: Rayanne Aleilson)

Balbriggan, County Dublin

(Image: Gina Mellowes)


(Image: James Martin)


(Image: Patrick Bruen)

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Drogheda, County Louth

(Image: Zita_Von_Tesse/Twitter)

The Comeraghs, Clonmel, County Tipperary

(Image: Frank O’Brien)

Balbriggan, County Dublin

(Image: Tokidoll)

Rolagh, County Meath

(Image: Shaunagh Ginty)


(Image: Natasha Lynch)

Lake Placid, New York

This wasn’t taken today but Jamie shared the photo and we thought you should see it. (Image: Jamie Jordan)

[Update] Some of our commenters are a bit cynical about the above snap. This video might help explain:

(YouTube: BytesizeScience)

Is it snowing where you are this morning? Snap and pic and sent it to tips@thejournal.ie or tweet it @thejournal_ie.

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