PHOTOS: Here’s Your Images From All Over Kerry Of The Snowfall Overnight

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An aerial shot of St John’s Church and surrounding area by Steve Turner.

TRALEE woke up to a blanket of snow this morning and you’ve been sending in your pics from around the county.

The Kerry Local Emergency Coordination Group says there has been significant snowfall in the county, with high accumulations in isolated areas overnight.

There are treacherous conditions across Kerry and all travel should be avoided say the group.

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There is a Status Red weather warning in place until 6 pm today and further heavy snow fall is predicted.

Council crews have been mobilised this morning to work on priority routes to ensure access for emergency services in the first instance. Those crews – with over 100 personnel on duty – are working under very difficult conditions.

They are advising the public to stay indoors and avoid going out in these conditions, for their own safety.

Further updates will be provided throughout the day. Emergency contact numbers are available on

Staying indoors might be difficult for children though, so expect a flurry of snowman photos here throughout the day. Here’s some of the images you’ve been sending in already…

Lily Hussey and Willow in Ballyvelly.


Marian Park from Mark Holland.

A Causeway snowman from Bogna Kuleszewicz.


Tarbert from Michelle Mulvihill

Sundays Well from Stacey Lawlor


The Marina from Aisling Tess

Abbeydorney from Siobhan Foley


Listry from Carmel Kennedy

Valentia Island From Gerard O’Connor


Listowel from Joe O’Driscoll.

Castlemaine from Gareth Flaherty.


Sabrina Ní Bhrian sent this in.

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