Snow Closes Schools And Disrupts Travel Across NI

Heavy overnight snow has led to some travel disruption and school closures across parts of Northern Ireland.

Staff at the City of Derry Airport have said they are working hard to keep the runway clear, but warned passengers of delays and advised anyone hoping to make a flight to allow extra travel time for their journey to and from the airport.

Passengers can keep up to date with flight information here.
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A number of schools, mainly in County Antrim and County L'Derry have also closed their doors today, 30 January, due to the adverse weather.

A full list of those affected can be accessed here.

Police have also advised of treacherous driving conditions on the A37 Broad Road between Limavady and Coleraine, with reports of multiple vehicles stuck in the area.

Snowploughs are working hard to clear the area.

All Foyle Metro services in L'Derry are currently cancelled, while express services are still running but passengers have been warned of long delays.

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