By Q Radio News
Large parts of the Northern Ireland remain blanketed with snow this evening.
The west and the north were worst affected with up to 6 inches falling in places.
Flights were affected and City of Derry airport was forced to close for a time this morning.
Several schools on the north Antrim coast were forced to close.
Treacherous driving conditions on the north Antrim coast today. - particularly in Ballycastle. pic.twitter.com/4bJ4NVA41z— Q Radio News (@qnewsdesk) 30 January 2019
Commuters in the Ballycastle, Cushendall and Cushendun areas of North Antrim are particularly badly affected as have parts of counties Tyrone and Fermanagh.
(Ballycastle, north Antrim this morning)
(Ballycastle beach earlier today)
The following schools across Northern Ireland are closed due to the weather
They include -
Ashlea Primary School 163 Stevenson Park
Ballycastle High School 33 Rathlin Road
Ballycastle Integrated Primary School, Quay Road
Cross and Passion College 10 Moyle Road
Donemana Primary School 31 Longland Road
Gaelscoil an Chaistil 5 Bothar na hAithe
Glengormley High School 134 Ballyclare Road
Hollybush Primary and Nursery School 10 Ardan Road
Killen Primary School 76 Learmore Road
St Cecilia's College Bligh's Lane
St Ciaran's Primary School 132 Layde Road
St John the Baptist Primary School Belleek Carrenbeg
St Olcan's Primary School 202 Glenshesk Road
St Patrick's and St Brigid's Primary School 19 Moyle Road
Tattygar Primary School Lisbellaw
This list will be updated throughout the morning.
(Some pupils had n extra day off school)
(Thrills and spills on a slope in north Antrim)
(Some side roads in north Antrim were treacherous)