Flights have resumed at Leeds Bradford Airport but there are still some delays caused by this morning's snow. Passengers are advised to check with their airline.
The snow holds no fear for this postman who decided to brave the snow in his shorts.
The snow may have caused disruption for humans, but some pets have been making the most of it. Effy the dog, who lives with her family in Barnsley, persuaded her owner to venture out into the garden and play ball.
A car has crashed into the front room of a house in Meersbrook in Sheffield. Neighbours told Calendar that they were concerned the road hadn't been gritted.
We were very sorry to hear about the accident that took place at the bottom of Bishopscourt Road in Meersbrook this morning. This road has never been included on the gritting route and we would always encourage all drivers to travel on roads along the gritting route. The team had been out working hard since 6pm last night to ensure that all gritting routes (primary and secondary roads) were gritted and passable. We grit more than 60 per cent of Sheffield’s roads, which is more than any other local authority in the country. We would urge drivers to plan their route and drive to the conditions of the road at all times.
Leeds Bradford is the UK's highest airport.
A number of Stagecoach bus services in South Yorkshire and North Derbyshire have been affected by the adverse weather conditions. There are disruptions to routes in Sheffield, Chesterfield, Barnsley, Rotherham and Doncaster. Passengers are being encouraged to allow more time for their journeys and check the Stagecoach website.
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Leeds Bradford Airport has temporarily closed due to this morning's snow while work is carried out to clear the runway. It is hoped it will re-open in the next couple of hours, but delays are expected. Passengers are being advised to check with their airline before travelling. There will be no flights until at least 10am.
The Met Office has issued a yellow alert of wind and snow for Yorkshire and the Humber. It is valid for North Yorkshire and West Yorkshire from 3pm on Boxing Day until the same time the next day.
A freak snow storm and plunging temperatures caught motorists unaware this evening in Lindley in Hudderfsield