Snow drifts and abandoned vehicles are continuing to hamper efforts to restore power to 700 homes and businesses cut off by blizzard conditions in Northern Ireland.
Two helicopters are assisting in the operation to get engineers to the affected properties, all of which are located in rural and exposed areas, power company Northern Ireland Electricity (NIE) said.
Spokeswoman Julia Carson said, "NIE emergency crews, supported by lines staff from the Republic of Ireland and Scotland are carrying out repairs to over 100 remaining faults on the electricity network".
"These are in areas where access has been very difficult with snow drifts and abandoned cars hampering the restoration process", she added.
The wintry conditions are now expected to last well into April with this month on track to become the coldest March since 1962.
A group of students from Wolverhampton who were stranded in extreme snow in Scotland for more than three days tell their story of survival.
Cold weather can pose a real health risk to older and disabled people, but everyone can gain from preparing their homes for the cold.