16:26 Tuesday, 12 January 2016
LET IT SNOWWWWWW
After a depressingly damp winter, many parts of Ireland could see their first signs of snow this week.
Temperatures dropped last night and snow is expected on higher ground and other parts of Leinster today.
Met Eireann says it will stay very cold late into the week, with sleet and occasional snow flurries expected in many parts of the country.
Carlow, Dublin, Kildare, Wicklow and Wexford already got blasts of snow over the weekend, with the Wicklow mountains looking amazing, dusted in white powder.
— Irish Cottage Rental (@cottageireland) January 10, 2016
On the way to Lugnaquilla Wicklow Mountains Ireland Snow pic.twitter.com/QW8LESegbT
— Irish Cottage Rental (@cottageireland) January 12, 2016
— Damien Eagers (@deagers) January 10, 2016
Send us your snow snaps if it’s sticking where you are!