Yeah, we're gonna go ahead and say it's best you weren't on a plane trying to take off in that.
It may now be safe(ish) to go outside but that wasn't the case overnight as high winds and snow battered parts of the country in a blizzard that many have never seen before in their lifetimes.
And while you are comfy and cozy in your gaff "working from home", spare a thought for those who are out in it trying to make sure things can get back to normal asap once the storm passes.
One such place where people were working through the night was Dublin Airport, where snow crews dealt with the Beast from the East and Storm Emma head-on and caught the conditions on camera.
So this is what a ‘Red Alert for heavy snowfall’ actually looks like @DublinAirport. We’ll have further updates in the morning. Stay safe. #StormEmma #BeastFromTheEast #Snow pic.twitter.com/ENajr7xaFX
— Dublin Airport (@DublinAirport) March 2, 2018
— Dublin Airport (@DublinAirport) March 1, 2018
Safe to say, they definitely deserve to be bought a drink. Better make it a hot toddy though.
For the latest information about Dublin Airport's status, go to dublinairport.com.