Storm Emma: What you need to know
After the 'Beast from the East', Storm Emma is bringing more blizzards, biting winds and further travel disruption.
The most important number to know is 999 for the emergency services. The PSNI non-emergency number is 101.
For parents and pupils, the crucial thing to know is whether school is open or not.
The NI Direct government services website has set up a page to help people deal with the snow and ice.
Some hospital clinics have been cancelled. More information on the Dept of Health twitter page.
Northern Ireland's airports will be posting flight information on their websites:
There are also a number of Twitter accounts which could be useful.
- Emergency services - 999 or 112
- Northern Ireland Electricity Networks - 03457 643 643
- NI Gas Emergency Service - 0800 002 001
- Northern Ireland Water Waterline - 03457 440 088
- Flooding Incident Line - 0300 2000 100
- Housing Executive - 03448 920 901
- Report a fallen tree or blocked road - 0300 200 7891
Translink can be contacted by phone on 028 90 66 66 30.
For road updates check Trafficwatch.
The Irish government's National Emergency Coordination Group have published a list of links and numbers detailing the advice of various departments and agencies in relation to the snow.