North Wales Police have taken charge of the ground search for the helicopter that went missing on route from Milton Keynes to Dublin.
The search will continue in the Snowdonia area today.
Juliet Dunlop is in Caernarfon Bay:
An extensive search of the Irish Sea and Snowdonia was launched at around 4.15pm yesterday, after the Distress and Diversion system lost radar contact with the helicopter.
Two UK Coastguard search and rescue helicopters based at Caernarfon and St Athan were scrambled to scan the area, with all vessels on the Irish Sea route at the time also asked to report sightings.
The coastguard later said the overnight search had been scaled back due to poor conditions.
The weather continues to hamper the search, with poor visibility meaning the air search is still suspended.
We've had some reports of less than 10 metres visibility in areas so the search teams really are being hampered by poor weather conditions.
No air assets have been sent out by the Coastguard. That said, we are still looking to support North Wales Police in any way we can.
We will do that when the weather provides us with that opportunity.
North Wales Police are co-ordinating ground searches with mountain rescue teams, and working with the Coastguard and the Aeronautical Rescue Co-ordination Centre (ARCC) to continue looking for the missing helicopter.
Relatives have paid tribute to five members of the same family who were killed in a helicopter crash in Snowdonia.
North Wales Police have completed the recovery of all five people who were killed in Wednesday’s helicopter crash in Snowdonia.
North Wales Police say the victims were all adults and members of the 'same extended family' from the Milton Keynes area.