White out pic.twitter.com/gBW2HCcIWc
— fimalone1 (@fimalone1) March 10, 2022
Snazzy tops, in fairness.
— Anne Hadnett (@AnneHadnett) March 9, 2022
— lu Fitz (@terflys) March 9, 2022
Over 40mm of rain at Killarney station as brighter weather arrives in the West but torrential rain continues elsewhere. pic.twitter.com/x1tkzbDRsE
— Carlow Weather (@CarlowWeather) March 9, 2022
— Andrew Smyth (@ANJSmyth) February 24, 2022
— Paddy O’Brien 🤌 (@Paddy__Paddy) February 24, 2022
Very cold with icy stretches poss on untreated surfaces.❄️🥶
Sunny spells & scattered showers of sleet, snow,hail & the potential for isolated thunderstorms. 🌨️
Windy,fresh to strong & gusty W to SW winds.
Highs of 4 to 7C
Ballinamore Co. Leitrim approx 3cm of snow at 8am⬇️ pic.twitter.com/zYf3S70aNK
— Met Éireann (@MetEireann) February 24, 2022
Wake up, sheep.
The Wicklow Gap in the Wicklow Mountains, county Wicklow.
The King’s River begins its journey down to Blessington Lakes, county Wicklow.
A few pics from the snow in Kilakee in the Dublin mountains yesterday, thanks to the herald and independent for using pictures today, will we be building snowmen in May! @PPAI_IRL @CarlowWeather @StormHour pic.twitter.com/ohV9X2SLxE
— Damien Eagers (@deagers) April 30, 2021
THIS is warming?
How dare you, Greta.
(Thanks Colum Cronin)
Somewhere in Japan, a metre thick layer of snow lies on top of an industrial unit.
That’s a health and safety issue, that is.
Someone give it a poke.