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The snow returns to Balbriggan…

0 March 18, 2018

After a colder than average St. Patrick’s day the snow made a return to Balbriggan.  With temperatures not expected to rise above 4 degrees today the biting wind make it feel all the colder.  We took a spin around the town this morning, going from Bremore to Ardgillan Caste and around the town to (more…)

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Snow in Balbriggan, 1st March 2018

0 March 1, 2018

With conditions expected to worsen throughout the day we managed to capture some photos around Balbriggan this morning.  Everyone has been ordered to stay indoors from 4:00pm today such is the risk to health. We have published a list of useful links which will help you over the course of the (more…)

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Snow begins to fall in Balbriggan…

0 February 27, 2018

The much anticipated snow has started to fall in Balbriggan so if your heading out and about please be careful and remember to check on older neighbours who may need some help throughout the course of  the storm.  In only 10 minutes Balbriggan Golf course is fast becoming a winter (more…)

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Council prepares for Snow Storm

0 February 27, 2018

Fingal County Council has activated its Crisis Management Team and its Severe Weather Alert Team in response to the Severe Weather Warning issued by Met Eireann for the rest of the week. The main focus will be on those essential routes within Fingal which need to be kept open in all weather (more…)

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Balbriggan wakes up to a covering of snow

0 December 8, 2017

After an extremely cold night Balbriggan woke up to a covering of snow this morning making for treacherous conditions on the road for commuters.  It will be cold for the next 10 days, with temperatures hardly making it up to 10C during the day so if your heading out take extreme (more…)

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Weather warning issued for snow!

0 December 7, 2017

As temperatures continue to drop occasional snow showers are forecast for this evening, tonight and during Friday, with accumulations of up to 3 cm expected. Dublin Fire Brigade have dealt with a number of hypothermia-related calls recently, and have asked people to key an eye out for (more…)