THE overnight snowfall across Fermanagh has left much of the county looking like a Winter wonderland.

A weather warning was put in place by the Met Office yesterday evening, predicting snowfall overnight in parts of Northern Ireland, including County Fermanagh.
The yellow weather warning for snow and ice was in place from midnight to 9am today (Thursday, January 7), with potentially 1-3cm of snow down to sea level and around 5cm or more potentially across higher ground.
The Met Office is warning road users to be cautious as the snow and ice may lead to difficult travel conditions.
It is advising people to beware of icy patches on some untreated roads, pavements and cycle paths which could result in injuries from slips and falls.
The Department for Infrastructure reported on the Traffic Watch NI website this morning that temperatures fell below freezing through the night across many parts of the province.
A Department spokesman said: "Salting of roads on the scheduled network considered to be at risk of ice and snow has been undertaken through the night. Road users are advised to exercise caution when travelling, particularly when driving on untreated roads."