Northern Ireland Electricity staff were working on Saturday evening to restore power to 150 homes following severe weather conditions across Ulster.
At the peak of the snowfall on Friday that figure sat at 21,000 homes. Northern Ireland Electricity said their resources are now working in the Newry and Downpatrick areas where most of the power cuts are concentrated.
A helicopter patrol was also used to survey the damage caused by some heavy snowfall and sleet as temperatures dropped on Friday.
A spokeswoman for NIE said anyone still without power can call the Helpline on 08457 643 643 and appealed to those who spot affected power lines to be mindful of the dangers.
The Met Office said snow showers will die out on Saturday afternoon, but may still affect some coastal areas. Temperatures today will reach a high of 2 degrees, and a low tonight of -2 degrees.
More snow is expected on Sunday, mainly across the Mourne mountains. Inland areas will be mainly dry and bright.
And looking towards next week temperatures are set to remain low with further rain, sleet, snow and strong winds expected.