HEAVY snowfall and icy conditions across Derry caused delays and disruption on the roads with motorists urged to take care while driving,
A yellow weather warning for snow and ice was in place until noon today.
A number of schools in Derry not off yet for the mid term break were closed to the heavy snow fall.
Between eight and 15 centimetres of snow fell overnight.
The Department of Infrastructure said crews spent the gritting and re-gritting the main arterial roads in and around the city.
Council maintenance teams have been out trying to clear side roads using shovels and grit to make them passable for motorists.
The outlook is for less snow but more rain similar to what the hit Derry on Saturday evening.
Monday: Bright spells with wintry showers gradually dying out.
Winds becoming southerly and increasing strong during evening then some heavy rain and hill snow arriving overnight, with gales along east coast.
Maximum temperature 4 °C.
Outlook for Tuesday to Thursday: Any rain or snow clearing early Tuesday then sunshine and isolated wintry showers. #
Milder on Wednesday with some rain.
Then colder on Thursday but bright with showers, some wintry.