A status red weather warning is in place
The east of country has woken up to a blanket of snow with a status red weather warning in place.
It came into effect for Dublin, Kildare, Louth, Wicklow and Meath at 5.00am - and has since been expanded to the entire country.
You can see some of what has been happening around the country below.
Just heard the first boarding call of the morning at Dublin Airport but only thing moving out there so far are the snow ploughs. @TodayFMNews @98FMnewsteam @NewstalkFM #beastoftheeast pic.twitter.com/7lr9neRO9C— Tom Swift (@tomswift111) February 28, 2018
Stephen’s Green closed (but pretty) pic.twitter.com/RgOYxWGZqH— Richard Chambers🎙 (@newschambers) February 28, 2018
At the train station in Waterford hoping to get a train to Dublin. So far, it looks like it might just be me and the driver 😀😀 pic.twitter.com/JtlRqSw9f9— Kieran McGeary (@kieranmcgeary) February 28, 2018
#Luas Red and Green lines operating a vey limited service today. No service at the moment to and from Saggart. Website is down.— Luas (@Luas) February 28, 2018