Heavy snow has again been causing problems for the Anglia region. In some places, more than 10 centimetres (4 inches) fell overnight and that's on top of significant amounts still lying around from last week.
Strong winds also meant deep drifts built up on country roads.
A motorist died in Essex; nearly 2,000 schools were closed today; bin collections have been suspended - and there's a warning of the dangers of carbon monoxide poisoning from gas appliances during the cold weather.
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The RSPB is urging people to help birds this winter by putting out food and fresh water.
Feeding wild birds throughout winter is vital, but one Norfolk wildlife reserve owner has gone further by hand-feeding a tiny robin.
The MP for Colchester Sir Bob Russell has questioned widespread school closures because of the snow.