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In Ireland, extreme cold and snow began to disrupt people’s lives

Dublin: In Ireland, extreme cold and snow began to disrupt people’s lives. Due to the freezing weather at Dublin Airport, 143 flight services have been cancelled. More services are expected to be cancelled today.

Thousands of people’s journeys have been halted. Hundreds of passengers were forced to wait at the airport for hours as airlines struggled to de-foist snow-covered planes. Many were not able to remove the ice on the planes at the time. The airport informed that the flights had to be cancelled due to this. The airport authorities have also stated that the responsibility lies with the airlines.

DAA confirmed the cancellation of 69 flights and 74 inbound flights for Friday. More than a dozen flights scheduled for Saturday have been cancelled.

The airport advised those travelling over the weekend to check in with the airline before arriving at Dublin Airport. The airport apologised for the inconvenience caused to passengers as a result of the flight cancellations. Officials also stated that the delay was caused by uncontrollable weather conditions.

On Thursday night, the temperature at the airport dropped to -3 degrees Celsius. There was heavy snowfall. The Met Office issued a snow warning for the entire country on Friday. It is forecast to continue until Saturday afternoon.

The temperature at Dublin Airport and Phoenix Park was 0.4 degrees Celsius. Sherkin Island in Cork recorded a maximum of 7.2 degrees Celsius. Recorded temperature.

According to the Met Office, Ireland is in the grip of a very cold winter, and conditions could worsen. Ireland will experience several sub-zero days and nights. In coastal areas, hail, sleet, and snow are also possible.

Heavy snowfall is expected to continue through the weekend. According to the Met Office, the extreme cold will last through next week. Temperatures are expected to drop to -4 degrees Celsius today.

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