THE snow may be gone and temperatures on the rise, but when the cold and frost hit Fermanagh last week, it brought with it the usual chaos – and joy – to the county. Snow, slush, ice and frost unleashed frustration for drivers struggling to get up hills, pedestrians looking to not slip on the […]
“We are appealing to people never to risk their lives. These waters are not safe and should not be walked on or entered.”
SHARE on Ice is returning next month! Last year almost 9,000 revellers enjoyed what was Fermanagh’s first ever ice rink, at the Share Discovery Village outside Lisnaskea, with visitors coming from as far away as Cork. This year an even bigger synthetic rink – which is almost identical to a frozen one, only more environmentally […]
Both Met Eireann and the Met Office have issued yellow alerts for sleet, snow, ice, and even potential thunderstorms.
28% of the total road network, which carries around 80% of traffic, is salted.
All roads used by more than 1,500 vehicles a day are automatically put on the gritting schedule.
It is predicted this winter could be almost as bad as 2010, though thankfully it won’t last long.
Met Office and Met Eireann have dashed the hopes of many this Christmas