Weather warning of ice in place for Northern Ireland
An ice warning is in place for Northern Ireland for Thursday.
Forecasters have warned of freezing conditions throughout the day after issuing a weather warning for almost 24 hours.
Experts predict the areas affected will be Antrim, Londonderry, Fermanagh, Tyrone, Armagh and County Down.
Forecaster Marco Petagna said: "There will be wintry showers throughout the day on Thursday and pretty strong winds.
"There will certainly be some wintry showers in the province, although it's an ice warning that is in place for Northern Ireland.
"Even into Friday there's a few showers to come. it's wintry turning to sleet in western areas.
"There's quite a split between west and east."
Mr Petagna added:: "There will be wintry showers throughout the day on Thursday and pretty strong winds.
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