‘The Beast From the East’.
A short filmscape of Dublin this week.
Fabiano Souza writes:
Me and my husband made a video of the Beast and I tought you’d like to watch it. It’s to show that everything has a beautiful side…
Good news; food won’t run out! pic.twitter.com/GmPD4Hr8cT
— Juliette Gash (@JulietteGash) March 2, 2018
Taoiseach Leo Varadkar speaking at the latest press conference of National Emergency Coordination Group.
The whole thing is a fucNOMNOMNOM
Last night: Snowverkill?
Gavin Birney writes:
A fun little game (that I have nothing to do with). Hopefully developer sees it and receives kudos. I give you “Beast From The East: The Game!”
At the Centra in Jobstown apparently.
At the Curragh, Kildare this morning
All schools including primary, post primary and third level institutions will close in Leinster and Munster tomorrow and Friday
— RTÉ News (@rtenews) February 28, 2018
The National Emergency Coordination Committee has asked everybody in Munster and Leinster to be indoors by 4pm tomorrow and to stay there until midday on Friday.
It comes as Met Éireann issued a fresh red weather alert for Munster and Leinster for tomorrow afternoon through to Friday afternoon, warning of significant snow drifts in many areas.
It said: “Blizzard-like conditions will develop in heavy snow and strong easterly winds on Thursday evening and will continue Thursday night and Friday morning.”
All schools and third level institutions will close across the two provinces.
All Dublin Bus services will be cancelled tomorrow and Friday. Iarnród Éireann will stop services nationally from 2pm tomorrow and there will be limited Luas and DART services.
— Today FM News (@TodayFMNews) February 28, 2018
#Luas plan to operate trams from 5:30am with a 30min frequency tomorrow until noon. Trams will be withdrawn from 12noon onwards. This will result in a very much reduced service from this time. Service will be suspended across the Red and Green Lines from 2pm
— Luas (@Luas) February 28, 2018
This Morning/ afternoon.
Agriculture House, Kildare Street, Dublin 2
Evelyn Cusack with Sean Hogan, Chair of the NECG at the National Emergency Co-ordination Centre discuss and monitor arrangements for the severe cold weather event this week.
The “Beast from the East”, is expected to bring freezing temperatures and heavy snow, in particular to the east and southeast of the country.
— feck'n voters (@fecknvoters) February 27, 2018
And it’s sticking.
Via Met Eireann