Over 400 schools are to close on Friday as the snow disruption continues across Northern Ireland.
An amber weather alert - meaning there's a potential risk to life - remains in place for parts of Northern Ireland into 10am on Friday. A yellow warning is in place for the entire country until Saturday night.
The Department for Infrastructure has advised that road conditions in the south east in particular are extremely difficult and unlikely to change significantly on Friday. Efforts will continue through the night to clear snow from the main roads with snow ploughing ongoing.
The PSNI has asked motorists to slow down, use adequate lights, keep a safe distance from the vehicle in front and be as careful as possible if driving in difficult conditions. They have also urged the public to check on their neighbours during this period.
NI Water appealed to property owners, and in particular schools and government buildings, to be extra vigilant and secure buildings during this cold weather period.
There was major disruption after sub-zero temperatures, icy winds and blizzard-like conditions hit many parts of Northern Ireland.
After Storm Emma swept in from the Atlantic on the tail of the Beast From The East’s chilly blast, Thursday was the coldest March day in decades - something which could be surpassed on Friday.
Counties Armagh and Down were the worst hit.
Over 300 schools were closed, roads were near impassable leading to public transport delays. In south Down a paramedic had to walk a mile to get to a patient as he could not get his vehicle to their house.
Over 2,000 passengers were affected by flight cancellations. Much of the disruption was caused by flight delays out of Dublin and south England.
Hospital appointments were cancelled and the public advised to stay at home and only venture out if absolutely necessary.
The Republic of Ireland was put into a virtual shutdown with everyone advised to be home by 4pm on Thursday and stay there until 3pm on Friday.
Dublin airport has been closed until Saturday. As too have cross border rail services. While bus services are under review. Ferry services were also affected.
In sport Ulster's game against Glasgow was postponed and the GAA cancelled its entire weekend of fixtures.