Snow, ice and frost hit the country over the past number of days, with Met Eireann issuing orange and yellow snow-ice warnings.
Northern Ireland, the west and the midlands were hit the hardest by the snowfall.
Kathryn Cooke tweeted us this photo of the snow in Mullaghmeen, Co. Westmeath where they got a good dusting.
— kathryn (@MeathKat) January 15, 2016
Aldatus Healthcare and Safety Training tweeted us this great photo of cattle in the snow.
It shows Angus cattle out eating fodder in a snow-covered field.
— Aldatus Training (@AldatusTraining) January 15, 2016
Marcus Crowe sent us in this great photo of his dogs in the snow yesterday.
Sean Mac an tSithigh tweeted this great shot of Mount Brandon in Co. Kerry.
Along with the photo he said “four seasons in one shot”.
Is maith an scéalaí an aimsir!
— Seán Mac an tSíthigh (@Buailtin) January 15, 2016
It was a fresh morning in Cavan with a good covering of snow judging by this photo the Slieve Russell Hotel tweeted.
— Slieve Russell Hotel (@Slieverussell) January 15, 2016
Fran McNulty, RTE broadcaster, shared this photo of sheep in the snow with fodder this morning.
Fodder quandary for these guys this morning pic.twitter.com/T67HaKzSaL
— Fran McNulty (@franmcnulty) January 15, 2016
Snow has also hit the UK, with Hill Top Farm in the Yorkshire Dales tweeting this photo of moving cattle on a hill side.
“Moving Belted Galloway cattle above Malham” is the caption with the shot.
Moving Belted Galloway cattle above Malham.
— Hill Top Farm (@hilltopfarmgirl) January 15, 2016