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Dublin: 14 °C Wednesday 26 September, 2018
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8 reasons why it's ok to be in a rage about snow in spring

*Checks calendar. Goes back to bed*

WHEREVER YOU ARE in the country, it’s likely that you woke up to at least a dusting of snow and biting temperatures.

Here’s Bunmahon in Co Waterford, captured beautifully by Jody Sutton.

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It’s supposed to be spring, though. We’re supposed to be packing away the hats and scarves and marvelling over daffodils and lambs and the unwavering ability for umbrellas to turn themselves inside out (for with the spring comes the rain).

Instead, we’ve got freezing temperatures and snow. SNOW!

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Here’s why it’s okay to be in a rage…

The snow has some bloody nerve

SOME BLOODY NERVE

Us too Natalie. Us too

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Shorts might be ambitious, but he’s got a point

Look at this. LOOK AT IT

Source: Paul Hosford/Vine

Lainey has no coat. #PrayForLainey

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Emer McLysaght

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