As Storm Emma lands in Ireland, waves of panic ripple throughout the country. Many colleges, schools and businesses have shut due to the orange and red status warnings issues by Met Éireann in the early hours of this morning. There have been many disruptions this morning with the Luas, Dublin Bus, Bus Eireann, Iarnród Éireann and Dublin Airport this morning due to the extreme snowfall last night.
All companies were working to the best of their ability this morning to get their routes back up and running as normal. Some flights were cancelled in Dublin Airport this morning, but runways are clear again. You can check live updates for Dublin Airport here, and here. It is also advised that you check with the airline directly for information also. Ryanair updates can be found here and Aer Lingus updates can be found here.
— Dublin Airport (@DublinAirport) February 28, 2018
Service update: Red Line services operating with an average frequency of 10-15 minutes. Green Line services operating every 15-20 minutes. We will update via twitter, the Luas app, and https://t.co/GkL4FmFo1J throughout the day.
— Luas (@Luas) February 28, 2018
— Normanly Patricia M 🌻 (@sligodub) February 28, 2018
There are major disruptions across the country due to deteriorating weather conditions. Please see https://t.co/opFBXEiqO8 for details in each region. #Snowmageddon #StormEmma #BeastFromTheEast @rtenews @TV3Ireland @TodayFM
— Bus Éireann (@Buseireann) February 28, 2018
For updates regarding methods of transport. Go straight to the source whether it is the company website or app or if it's twitter you're getting your information, make sure the page has a blue tick to make sure its accurate. Stay safe during #StormEmma.