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Friday 3 February 2023 Dublin: 10°C

# Snovember

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# Ryanair
Ryanair reports surprise €10m loss after snow cancellations
Higher fuel costs, industrial action and snow cancellations see Ryanair lose €10m in the three months to December 31.
# Decemb-rrrr
Great Thaw begins as temperatures stay above zero
Temperatures stayed above zero overnight for the second day running – but drivers still need to take care.
# Week in Photos
The week in photos
Some of the week’s biggest stories in pictures.
# Pitter-Patter
Is Ireland on the verge of another baby boom?
Yes, according to directory inquiries firm 11850, who say they’re getting more calls for dating agencies and lingerie shops.
# Big Freeze
Dublin Airport closed again, while gas explosion closes O’Connell St
A suspected gas explosion on O’Connell St closes the main thoroughfare, as snow continues to fall on the capital.
# Snowwatch
Transport chaos as temperatures hit record -14° lows
Dublin Airport records one of its lowest temperatures ever as icy roads continue to hamper Ireland’s travel plans.
# Big Freeze
Extended cold weather means salt in short supply - Department
# Big Freeze
Another blanket of snow... and the worst is still to come
It’s another poor morning for Ireland with another batch of icy roads – with temperatures still yet to hit their lowest.
# Big Freeze
Temperatures could hit -8, warn forecasters
Drivers urged to check transport sites before setting out, as Met Éireann warns of further freezing conditions tonight.
# Snovember
Trinity Open Day cancelled due to poor weather
# Snovember
Driving conditions remain treacherous after further overnight snowfalls
Coastal and mountain roads are almost impassable after a night of more snow, with Leinster the hardest hit.
# Snovember
Brace yourself… Dublin could face eight inches of snow tonight
And not only that, but some parts of Wicklow could face TEN inches of new snow by tomorrow morning.
# Snovember
‘Snovember: Ireland’s big freeze, as seen by you
TheJournal.ie readers have battled through snow, ice and mountains of debt to bring you these images of an icebound Ireland. Boil the kettle, take a breather, and enjoy.
# Snovember
Fresh snowfall causes further travel headaches
Ireland’s motorists face even more treacherous conditions with new snowfall and freezing fog across the country.