Large parts of the country have been hit by more freezing weather causing further travel disruption and the military has been drafted in to help with relief efforts in snow-affected Lincolnshire.
RAF drivers in 4×4 vehicles have been transporting medical staff to hospital and helping vulnerable people who rely on social care in the county.
Areas of southwest England and South Wales are under a rare red weather warning, meaning snow and wind could put lives at risk.
There will be more snowfalls through the evening with 10cm-20cm set to settle in red alert areas along with blizzards as Storm Emma blows in from the Atlantic.
More than a foot of snow has already fallen in some parts of the country – peaking at 34cm in Wittering, Cambridgeshire.
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