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02 Feb 19
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As Britain braces itself for the coldest night of the winter, snow and ice continues to bring major travel disruption to parts of the country, with trains delayed until later this morning and numerous crashes on the roads – including reports of reckless motorists driving the wrong way down the motorway.

South Western Railway has warned of delays until later this morning due to the heavy snowfall, with Kent Police describing an ‘incredibly busy night’ as a result of multiple vehicles stranded on the A229 and A249.

And reports of reckless motorists in the same country driving towards oncoming traffic in an an attempt to beat the delays on blizzard-hit roads. 

Dramatic images show vehicles being toed through the thick snow, and smashed-up cars discarded by the road-side – following one lorry-driver’s

02 Feb 19
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Britain is set to freeze tonight during the coldest night of the winter, plunging the country into more transport chaos tomorrow.  

Scotland could see lows of minus 16C (3.2F) over Saturday night into Sunday as the cold snap continues, the Met Office said. A low of minus 15.4C (4.3F) was recorded just before midnight on Thursday at Braemar in the Scottish Highlands.

It is set to be less chilly over Friday night and into Saturday morning – with temperatures around minus 7C (19.4F) or minus 8C (17.6F) – but likely to dip right back down again by Saturday evening. Meteorologist Alex Burkill said parts of England could also see sub-zero temperatures reach double digits.

He said: ‘Over Saturday we’ll see some snow showers around the far north, the far west and the far east of the UK.

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01 Feb 19
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Drivers travelling across Britain this weekend face dangerous black ice on the roads as the severe weather shows no signs of ending – after more than a million children, parents and workers enjoyed a ‘snowday’ at home today.

At least 2,000 schools across Britain serving 800,000-plus children were shut after ‘doomsday’ snow caused chaos with some areas getting up to ten inches overnight on the coldest night in the UK for seven years.  

The Met Office had issued an amber warning carrying a ‘potential risk to life’ with more extreme snowfall expected in the Home Counties and West Country until lunchtime, cutting off towns and villages. 

Further warnings have been issued running into to

01 Feb 19
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More than a million children, parents and workers are enjoying a ‘snowday’ at home today – but millions more suffered hellish commutes while they were tucked up on the sofa or outside making snowmen and sledging.

At least 2,000 schools across Britain serving 800,000-plus children were shut after ‘doomsday’ snow caused chaos with some areas getting up to ten inches overnight on the coldest night in the UK for seven years.  

The Met Office has issued an amber warning that carries a ‘potential risk to life’ with more extreme snowfall expected in the Home Counties and West Country until lunchtime, cutting off towns and villages. 

Devon and Cornwall have been the worst hit by the overni