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All you need to know about how the snow is affecting where you live
Expect some light snow showers through the afternoon, then after a misty night with temperatures dropping to -4 in some places Monday will start cloudy.
The Met office are predicting snow along the coast during the morning. Elsewhere you may see some sun but temperatures will stay below freezing.
Another misty start on Tuesday but it will be a degree or two warmer. More snow is on its way later in the week. Weare looking at falls overnight Wednesday and through the day on Thursday.
After yesterday's gridlock, the roads in Surrey and Sussex are returning to normal today.
Problems, though, on the M25. It is currently closed both ways between junctions 5 and 6 after a tanker overturned and spilled its load of liquid petroleum gas.
Members of the public are reminded to only call 999 if a crime is in progress or life is in danger. All other calls to the police should be directed to the single non-emergency number of 0845 6070999.
Southern and SouthEastern trains say they hope to run a normal service today but are warning of some delays and cancellations. You are advised to check their websites before travelling and to look out for email and twitter alerts.
THE CHRISTMAS GETTAWAY
This weekend should have been one of the busiest at Gatwick and Heathrow but services from both airports have been severely disrupted by the weather.
Gatwick is open today (Sunday) but warning of delays and cancellations. BA has grounded all but a handful of flights out of Heathrow and nothing is landing today at the airport.
Practical steps to help you stay warm and healthy over Christmas include:
NHS Direct - 0845 4647 or click here
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