Sub zero temperatures and snowfall has left many roads like ice rinks.
But one teenager from south Belfast has been showing off her novel solution to getting around - with a pair of skates.
Lucy Donaldson, 15, was sliding all over the place as she played with friends so decided to go and get her ice skates.
And the Belfast Giants fan managed to get the whole length of Minnowburn Drive with her blades, and wearing a onesie, without hitting tarmac, reports Belfast Live .
She said: "I was in the street with my shoes on and keep falling so decided to see of our ice skates would work. My dad told me I'd break my neck but I tried it anyway and it worked great."
Millions face treacherous journeys into work today after yesterday's weather 'snow bomb' which which plunged the UK's roads, railways and airports into chaos.
Many schools have been shut as yesterday's snow turns into ice amid warnings of 'Blakc Monday' and fresh travel mayhem.
Dozens of flights have been cancelled at Heathrow Airport and passengers travelling to Britain on the Eurotunnel face a five-hour delay in Calais.
Forecasters tipped temperatures to plummet to -12C in some areas of the country tonight, which will be colder than Russia, which will lead to widespread frost tomorrow.