As Freezing Temperatures and Heavy Snowfall Continue to Blight Britain, Commuters Face Another Day of Delays and Disruption

 

  • Commuters have been hit by severe delays as snowfall continues to blight Britain bring railways to a halt
  • Red and Amber warnings have been put in place as commuters are told to avoid travelling if possible
  • Several road closures are already in force, while trains and flights have also been hit by severe delays

 

As freezing temperatures and heavy snowfall continue to blight Britain, commuters face another day of delays and disruption.

Several road closures are already in force, while trains and flights have also been backed up and cancelled.

Pictures taken by commuters show entire journeys halted indefinitely while planes have been grounded at Stansted, Heathrow and Gatwick.

Here are some of the latest reported issues.

The M876 to Glasgow is closed due to snow today as Britain experiences further widespread snowfall and bitter temperatures

Stormy and snowy conditions this morning  in Saddleworth, Greater Manchester, as Storm Emma arrives in Britain today

A train pulls into a snowy Petts Wood train station in South East London this morning as commuters try to get to work

Northern says severe weather has left routes blocked, with delays and cancellations across whole network

Scottish airports have been hit by the heavy snow, with no flights to and from Glasgow Airport until 3pm

Edinburgh Airport tweeted that most airlines had cancelled services until lunchtime

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