Snow: Drivers urged to take extra care due to icy conditions
Snow is causing disruption for drivers in parts of Northern Ireland.
The Met Office has issued a yellow warning for snow and ice. It remains in place until 10:00 GMT on Wednesday.
Snow and ice are causing problems on the M1 between Portadown and Lisburn. Trafficwatch NI says there are seven lorries stuck on Main Street, Moira.
Visibility is poor between Banbridge and Belfast on the A1. Treacherous conditions have also been reported on the Glenshane Pass.
Traffic on the A1 heading towards Hillsborough and Lisburn is backed up to Dromore.
A number of other lorries are reported as being stuck because of the snow - two at Sprucefield, Lisburn, two on the Saintfield Road, near Dobbies and one on the Rock Road in Lisburn.
Other areas affected by the snow are Newtownstewart, Drumbo, Dromara, Hillsborough, Castlederg, Portaferry and Portavogie.
Two schools in County Tyrone are closed because of the snow - St Joseph's Primary School, Galbally and Ardstraw Primary School, Newtownstewart.
People texting into @BBCgmu reported that heavy snow was making driving conditions very difficult on the Upper Hightown Road in Mallusk, the Ligoniel Road in north Belfast, Killyleagh and in Omagh.
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The Kerr family in Cloughey, County Down, had time to build a snowman before the children set off for school.
Translink said many of its services were delayed on Wednesday morning as a result of poor road conditions.
It is asking customers to allow extra time for their journeys.
The Rathlin Ferry has also been affected because of the weather.
Sailings will depart Rathlin at 09:00 GMT and depart Ballycastle at 10:00 GMT but all other ferry sailings have been cancelled on Wednesday.
TransportNI said salting was completed overnight.
It said road users should expect some difficult driving conditions with the potential for travel disruption into the morning peak period.
Drivers are urged to take extra care on untreated roads.