Snow Falls on Baggot Street and the Island of Ireland
Editor: The whole of Ireland was put under a rare red alert weather warning last week, the highest level, meaning 'take action to protect self and property', as the most severe snow storm in 36 years spread across the island.
Last Thursday night, 1 March, polar air brought by the so-called 'Beast From The East' weather system - air coming from Siberia in Russia - mixed with 100km gales from Storm Emma and caused blizzard conditions.
View images of the snowfalls on Catherine's statue, her grave, the sacred garden and the canal
Catherine's Statue at the Front Entrance
Looking out at Herbert Street from a second floor window
The Garden Setting
Steps to the Sacred Garden
Catherine's Grave and the Sacred Garden
Looking out on Catherine's Grave from the Second Floor
Patrick Kavanagh's Statue by the Canal