Ireland gets beastly snow storm on St. Patrick’s Day


IAN: “The Beast from the East Vol.2,” reads headline on Sputnik News.
“Son of the Beast,” The Independent calls it.

17 Mar 2018 – “Another snowstorm has brought 70 mph icy blasts and up to 25 cm (10 inches) of snowfall, painting Britain white, as temperatures dropped to 5 degrees below zero Celsius.

The Met Office keeps issuing yellow weather and amber warnings, predicting travel disruptions and power cuts.

“It will be bitterly cold with some snow for many places over the weekend. There are some very strong winds, meaning it could feel as low as —7C or —8C for some people,” said Met Office meteorologist Alex Burkhill. read more

8 Comments on Ireland gets beastly snow storm on St. Patrick’s Day

  1. Q.: Do you know the difference between St. Patrick’s Day and Martin Luther King Day?

    A: On St. Patrick’s Day everybody wants to be Irish.

  2. @Vietvet: Joke didn’t go over so good for Shaun King and Rachel Dolezal. And if my kids were black they would have full scholarships to Ivy league universities.

  3. Wow, 7-8 degrees below zero Celsius? Is that cold for them? Jeez, I thought the Irish were tough. Hey Moe, I’m Irish too, so don’t get too whale oil beef hooked.

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