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I keep going from light snow to a notch just below moderate but been snowing on and off for 3 hrs maybe. Just cannot get the heavy stuff which is a shame but good all the same 

 

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Serious situation developing across Dublin now.

 

Could be historic amounts. People will literally end up stranded.

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It off again 2 minutes of dandruff :cold::D

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25 hours under a red warning and zero snow lol. Went orange now. Schools will still be closed tomorrow anyway,not enough time to change that. 

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Do ye think that area will move up Irish sea across from Liverpool and Isle of man. On track if pushes up:cold:

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Remarkable weather at the moment, certainly a historic event in the making. Took a stroll to the pub earlier and took the following pics. Never seen anything like it before and hoping for more to come 😁7F08026A-ECBD-449A-B94B-7B354EE8409B.thumb.jpeg.eba0bce0c80ff1ab96986e794c89c8cc.jpeg14E5E402-2136-4447-8135-6D8DE03E83FF.thumb.jpeg.53c5b2c0da5c72c1fc7e1f2528dc1dc1.jpeg86CB44A1-D55B-4E41-BAB9-7398D0F8BE33.thumb.jpeg.b932766ab1eabcb60dfbd7a4ef2ab4d5.jpeg

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16 minutes ago, Mixer 85 said:

Remarkable weather at the moment, certainly a historic event in the making. Took a stroll to the pub earlier and took the following pics. Never seen anything like it before and hoping for more to come 😁7F08026A-ECBD-449A-B94B-7B354EE8409B.thumb.jpeg.eba0bce0c80ff1ab96986e794c89c8cc.jpeg14E5E402-2136-4447-8135-6D8DE03E83FF.thumb.jpeg.53c5b2c0da5c72c1fc7e1f2528dc1dc1.jpeg86CB44A1-D55B-4E41-BAB9-7398D0F8BE33.thumb.jpeg.b932766ab1eabcb60dfbd7a4ef2ab4d5.jpeg

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Looks amazing. Had 2 minute dandruff shower tonight in East larne over 2 days. Like in a different country with everywhere getting snowed in. Great to see tho 

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insane snow here in south Kilkenny all night.  drifts everywhere. This photo is in my garden but out on the  roads there are massive drifts ...gonna be a lot of places cut off tomorrow

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Looks like I got another 5cm or so last night,now drifting in the strong wind. Nothing like Dublin totals of course.

I would say the GFS has been more accurate than the higher res models like Arpege, Hirlam and Euro 4.

Looks good here for the next couple of days, more so tomorrow. 

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Not a drop in Bangor (seafront), don't even think it has tried all night. Think its over for me now, too much of an Easterly for me to catch those streamers.

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Just a few powdery granules fell overnight, not enough for a covering but wife and myself just remarking at the wind. Far worse than when Ophellia arrived, have to be honest and admit I'm glad we didn't have snow to go along with it, would have been crazy conditions. Had to pick up spuds from Tesco yesterday and the roof of a trolley bay blew off and hit a ladies car, not good when folks property getting damaged.

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5 hours ago, lzo said:

Do ye think that area will move up Irish sea across from Liverpool and Isle of man. On track if pushes up:cold:

Well... it looks as if we’re finally getting a streamer, just as I leave for work. Sadly, it’s fairly light but better than what we’ve had so far, I’m happier...

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We've got some powder over night but nothing is really covered. I think the wind just blows everything away

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What we got sounds a bit like duck mall.

thats a cutting gale out there mind. 

Brass monkeys and all that jazz!

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Stunningly beautiful weather all the same. Enjoy what you get folks. May be a while before this happens again.

I'd love to be in Dublin about now.

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Powder stuff being blown everywhere, the south got buried by the looks of it. Not sure if I want to be in the middle of such madness or not!!

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5 minutes ago, ForeverPomeroysnow said:

Powder stuff being blown everywhere, the south got buried by the looks of it. Not sure if I want to be in the middle of such madness or not!!

In a warm house with its own power supply, an open fire, good company and a nice bottle of something distilled.

that would be ok.

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That wind is crazy. Slight bit of snow overnight - not covering the roads tho so nothing to write home about 

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Must have had a wee bit overnight as car covered again and it's still snowing now. 

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Ok. Couple more days of this and I’m ready for spring. Been good last few days so can’t complain but I’m now looking forward to something resembling warmth. 😂

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2 hours ago, The Weather Watcher said:

Not a drop in Bangor (seafront), don't even think it has tried all night. Think its over for me now, too much of an Easterly for me to catch those streamers.

Know the feeling watcher. The snow shield worked well. 

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