Heavy snow has caused widespread disruption across Northern Ireland with power cuts and treacherous conditions.
More than 200 schools have been closed primarily in Belfast as well as counties Down, Armagh and Antrim.
Full list of closures is available here.
NIE say 23,000 customers lost power due to the adverse weather. Most have had supply restored, with only 600 still without electricity mainly in Craigavon, Ballyclare, Newry and Ballymena.
Meanwhile the Department of Infrastructure say winter teams have been working in difficult conditions.
Gritters and snow ploughs have been working across Northern Ireland overnight and extra staff have been deployed.
Motorists are advised to travel only if essential on Wednesday with further snow and ice in the forecast.
Translink say after last night’s disruption, services are returning to normal however, services are subject to disruption and cancellation.
An amber warning for snow and ice is in place until 8am on Wednesday, with a yellow warning in place until 6pm.
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