Friday night's World Cup qualifier between Northern Ireland and Russia has been called off after Windsor Park was blanketed in snow.
The match has been rescheduled for 3pm on Saturday but more bad weather is forecast and another postponement may be on the cards.
Snow covered the pitch overnight and continued to fall throughout the day, frustrating the efforts of Irish Football Association staff, who worked tirelessly in an attempt to try and clear the ground of settled snow.
The snow also forced the closure of the runway at George Best Belfast City Airport and there were concerns over the safety of fans travelling to the Northern Ireland match.
Norwegian referee Tom Hagen began a series of inspections at 10am but it always looked unlikely that the match would get the green light and the decision to postpone the fixture was made at 2.30pm.
More bad weather on the way
More bad weather is expected on Friday night and into Saturday, raising concerns about whether the match wi...