Here's what you need to know as Storm Emma departs our shores in the coming hours.
Snow across the country is due to start melting today - but there is a risk it will cause some flooding.
A status orange warning is still in place for Leinster, Munster, Cavan and Monaghan until midday.
Some of the country's roads remain impassable but routes should improve as the snow thaws.
Mostly cloudy today with scattered outbreaks of rain with top temperatures of 7 degrees.
Most public transport services are returning to a normal schedule.
Bus Eireann says the majority of their services have resumed with some cancellations.
The Luas green line is not in operation this morning.
The red line is operating from the Red Cow to The Point but there's no service from The Red Cow to Tallaght or The Red Cow to Saggart.
Dublin Bus services have resumed with some disruptions to schedules.
Irish Rail is expected to operate on most routes.
Dublin's Bull Bridge will be closed for several hours later today.
The Dublin Port Company says there will be no entry to the bridge between 11am and 3pm, due to high tides and adverse weather conditions.
They'll be posting any further updates through social media and the Dublin Port website.
Repair works are underway to bring the power back to thousands of customers.
Areas such as Wexford are worst affected, with over 6 thousand homes, farms and businesses still waiting for service to be restored.
Dublin Fire Brigade are hunting down some 'Snowmaggeddon heroes'.
They're trying to find a number of people who helped them to get their ambulance moving, after it broke down in Firhouse on Friday night.
The crew didn't get their helpers' names but they just wanted to say thank you for a great display of community spirit.