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Hundreds of farmers are struggling to care for their livestock in what is normally their busiest time of the year.
Many dairy farmers are having to pour away all of their milk, as tankers have been unable to access the farms.
Animal feed is also in short supply, as delivery drivers have been cut off from the farms.
However, the main concern is hundreds of pregnant sheep buried under the snow drifts.
Below is a list of the latest school closures:
- Creetown Primary
- Crossmichael Primary
- Douglas Ewart High
- Garlieston Primary
- Hardgate Primary
- Kirkgunzeon Primary
- Kirkinner Primary
- Minnigaff Primary
- Penninghame Primary
- Port William Primary
- Portpatrick Primary
- Springholm primary
- Whithorn Primary
For updates throughout the day, and information on possible closures tomorrow, click here.
Power has been restored to hundreds of homes in Cumbria after high winds and heavy snow caused widespread problems to supplies.
Engineers worked round the clock to reconnect 1700 customers mainly in West Cumbria with extra teams drafted in over the weekend.
Communities hit hardest by power cuts and blizzards have been rallying round to help each other. Matthew Taylor reports from Whithorn in Dumfries and Galloway
Scottish Power say almost all properties which have been without power since Friday should be reconnected or hooked up to generators by Sunday night. 1500 customers in the Marchars area of Dumfries and Galloway had been without supplies.
250 engineers are carrying out repairs on power lines. People living in eight properties which can't be reconnected or hooked up to generators are being offered alternative accommodation.
Several schools in Dumfries and Galloway are closed on Monday because of heavy snow or power cuts. For a full list, check here.
Kirkbean Primary in Dumfries and Galloway will be shut tomorrow
Guy Jefferson from Scottish Power says engineers are working hard to reconnect 2000 properties across Dumfries and Galloway who have been without power since Friday.
Whithorn Primary will be closed tomorrow as the school has no power.
Whithorn Primary School is closing because of extensive power cuts in the area, caused by snow.