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It's been a tough week for farmers in the region - one here caught on camera working through the night to clear a way through at Johnny Gap above Hebden Bridge.
The arctic weather is causing major problems for some of the region's farmers as they battle blizzard conditions to keep their new born lambs alive.
Exhausted farmers say the situation has been made worse as many farms have not yet recovered from the disastrously sodden summer of last year. The problem is particularly bad near Ripponden, West Yorkshire, where Kate Walby spent the day talking to farmers.
Residents in Queensbury near Bradford say they've been barricaded into their homes by a 10ft wall of snow.
Tonnes of snow and ice have been pushed to the end of Chapel Lane by workers who were clearing the nearby streets following the recent heavy snowfall.
The only problem is the snow is now blocking the only way out and preventing access for emergency vehicles, as Victoria Whittam reports.
Residents in Queensbury near Bradford say they've been barricaded into their homes by a snow plough. Tonnes of snow and ice have been pushed to the end of Chapel Street, blocking the only way out.
The surprise return of winter has seen Edale Mountain Rescue Team assisting a whole range of people around the Peak over the weekend. Friday night saw team members in two of our Land Rovers rescuing motorists who were stuck in the snow on the A619, the main road between Chesterfield and Baslow.
After several hours digging, towing and transporting drivers, Derbyshire Police asked the team to assist Buxton and Derby MRTs with a similar situation on the A515 near Newhaven.
On Saturday afternoon the team had the unusual task of rescuing a party. The Landlady of the Shoulder of Mutton pub in Bradwell was stranded with food for her granddaughter's 6th birthday party - we were happy to help by delivering the food.
On Sunday, the team were out again assisting yet more drivers on the higher roads throughout our area where strong winds had caused significant snow drifts, completely blocking the road in many places.
The snow may have stopped but it has not gone and with reports of snowdrifts as deep as eight feet in parts of West Yorkshire, it could be some time until it does. Chris Kiddey reports from the Calder Valley.
At least 6 people have had to stay longer than planned at a remote Yorkshire pub after weather conditions proved too difficult to leave.
The Tan Hill Inn in North Yorkshire claims to be the highest pub in Britain.
Drifting snow and high winds meant some guests arriving at the weekend had to stay overnight. Staff say spirits are high.
The Super League match between Wakefield and Leeds has been postponed for a second time due to the adverse weather conditions in West Yorkshire over the last 48 hours.
The match had initially been due to take place on Friday night but heavy snow forced it to be put back to this afternoon, but it was confirmed this morning that conditions around the Rapid Solicitors Stadium were still unsafe for spectators.
No date for the re-arranged game has been set yet.