Dublin Airport says it is unlikely that there will be any flights tomorrow.
Bristol Airport remains open but snow across Europe and the United Kingdom has caused disruption to a number of flights at Bristol Airport.
Most flights later in the day are now unaffected although that may change depending on the conditions.
Passengers are advised NOT to head to the airport if they are booked with these carriers - which also include Turkish, KLM, Aer Lingus and Air France.
"We are now managing weather challenges, but it is a fluid and evolving situation and we are monitoring developments closely".
As a result, the airline Flybe, has cancelled all its scheduled flights from Exeter Airport after 3pm today (1 March). "We recommend customers check the status of their flight at Ryanair.com before making their way to the airport".
British Airways has suffered the most with over 300 flights being cancelled since Monday.
Several Aer Lingus regional flights scheduled for tomorrow between Cork and the United Kingdom have already been cancelled.
We have a 24 hour team in place at airport to minimise the severe weather conditions expected later today from Storm Emma.
On the budget side of things, Ryanair is facing disruption on both sides of the Irish Sea, with a number of airports being completely cancelled by the airline for the day.
Cork Airport is working to clear runways, taxiways and roadways.
Regional services to Manchester, Birmingham and Edinburgh are set to operate tomorrow, albeit with delays.
"We strongly advise passengers intending to fly from, or travel to, Shannon Airport on Saturday to contact their relevant airline or check their website before travelling".
Shannon Airport will re-open, weather permitting, at 5am on Saturday, March 3.
Flight EI3201 from Kerry to Dublin is cancelled.
The risky flying conditions have also caused the popular budget airline easyJet to cancel further flights.
Anyone looking to travel using the airport this weekend can find more information about their service here.