Schools, third level institutions and colleges of further education countrywide will be closed again today.
Meteorologist Cathal Nolan, who runs the Midland Weather Channel on Facebook, says we will have prolonged and heavy wintry showers. We're also live here with the latest updates on the severe weather.
Dublin Bus is reviewing the situation on an ongoing basis and is taking advice from Met Éireann and the National Emergency Co-ordination Committee.
Public transport has come to a standstill amid the snowy, stormy weather - we won't see another Luas, Dublin Bus, Irish Rail train or Bus Éireann bus in operation until Saturday.
"There will be hard conditions for a time", Mr Hogan said.
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All flights in and out of Dublin Airport have been cancelled for Friday. In particular, they are helping key HSE staff get to and from work, as well as helping patients travel where necessary.
A freezing easterly wind has also caused disruption as temperatures struggle to stay above 0C, with wind chill making it feel more like -10C outside.
The national forecaster has reported snow accumulations of between 5cm and 10cm in some eastern counties.
Dublin City Council said that because of high tides, vehicle parks on the Strand Road in Sandymount and on the Clontarf Road near the Alfie Byrne junction, will be closed until next Monday, 5 March.
It is expected to hit Ireland harder than anywhere else, and it is predicted to be the worst snow storm in the Republic since 1982.