With the status red snow & ice warning in place around the country, it's no surprise that a number of shops and businesses are closed or operating under restricted hours today.
If you had planned to pop to the shop to pick up your last few bits before the blizzard hits, you may not be able to. If you know of any local spots that are shut in your area, please comment below and save someone an unnecessary journey.
We'll be updating this list as the day goes on:
As a result of the updated nationwide red weather warning all our branches & call centres across Ireland will be closed on Thurs & Friday. We’re sorry for the disruption this causes. Stay safe #StormEmma ❄️— AIB (@AIBIreland) March 1, 2018
More detail at: https://t.co/HKFdEpFcXj
Image from @MetEire_Warning pic.twitter.com/wmFBSVBBLO
Due to weather disruption, branches across Dublin, Leinster and Munster will remain closed until Monday, 5 March. Some other branches are also impacted. See https://t.co/ctc7E6Qb7j— Bank of Ireland (@bankofireland) February 28, 2018
Due to the bad weather we will be closing today from 4 pm onward. Refunds will be issued to anyone who has purchased tickets for cancelled screenings. Apologies for any inconvenience caused. Stay safe! pic.twitter.com/2KMNEC7GZQ— Movies @ Dundrum (@MoviesDundrum) February 28, 2018
Due to adverse weather warnings, Jervis Shopping Centre will close today at 2pm until 1pm tomorrow, Friday 2nd March.— Jervis Centre (@JervisCentre) March 1, 2018
We apologise for the inconvenience caused however this decision has been made in the interest of the safety of our customers and employees. pic.twitter.com/L943Saboc7
Due to further bad weather overnight all Dunnes Stores in ROI and NI will be closed today Thursday 1st March and will not reopen until 1pm Friday 2 March - this reopening is subject to weather improvement. #StormEmma— Dunnes Stores (@dunnesstores) March 1, 2018
Tesco stores in red alert areas will operate reduced trading hours over the coming days.— Tesco Ireland (@TescoIrl) February 28, 2018
Today: stores in the red zone will close at 6pm.
Thurs: Stores in red zone (Munster & Leinster) will open from 9am-2pm.
Fri: Stores in red zone (Munster and Leinster) will open from 1pm.
We will keep these trading hours under review. All other Tesco stores will open as normal. Thanks to all of our colleagues and suppliers for their incredible efforts to help our customers in these difficult weather conditions.— Tesco Ireland (@TescoIrl) February 28, 2018
NOTICE - ALL GYMS WILL BE CLOSED from 11am today 28/2/18 until further notice due to the red weather warning currently in place. We apologise for any inconvenience caused. The Health and Safety of our Members and Staff is our top priority #StormEmma dublin pic.twitter.com/qLeneaQPoz— FLYEfit (@flyefit) February 28, 2018
Hi everyone, due to the severe weather and in the interest of safety, Deliveroo services may be affected or unavailable over the coming days. We are monitoring the situation with the authorities and we will update you should the situation change. Stay safe! The Deliveroo Team— Deliveroo Ireland (@Deliveroo_IE) February 28, 2018
Transport is also affected.
Passengers. Please see https://t.co/GkL4FmFo1J for information on Luas services today 1st March.— Luas (@Luas) March 1, 2018
#DBSvcUpdate There will be no services today Thursday 1 March. We will monitor weather and road conditions throughout the day and update customers here and on https://t.co/D8T63lnFHF #BeastFromTheEast #StormEmma pic.twitter.com/q1Ew5JO13r— Dublin Bus (@dublinbusnews) March 1, 2018
Update: Service information for Thurs 1st March - please check for service alterations and final trains on all routes ahead of lunchtime suspension of train services #BeastFromTheEast #sneachta https://t.co/j2V9nUJMK6— Iarnród Éireann (@IrishRail) February 28, 2018