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Springtime snow being enjoyed across the region

Walsall FC supporter wearing a hat and scarf to keep warm Credit: Carl Sargent
Snow drift in Cheadle, Staffordshire Credit: Rachel Tudor
A snowman more than twice the hight of its young builder Credit: Dean McKinnon
Scarlett playing in the snow in Burton Credit: Deborah Hadfield
Off sledging in South Staffordshire Credit: Deborah Hadfield
Daffodils looking solemn in Spring Credit: Shaz and Kris

Animals making the most of the snow in the Midlands

Woodpecker feeding in Laughton, Leicestershire Credit: James Voyce
Two newfoundlands posing for a photograph in Stoke-on-Trent Credit: Paula Wooldridge
Molly the cat choosing to stay in the warm in Telford, Shropshire Credit: @WolvesChic
A snowbird perching on a frozen birdbath in Burton-on-Trent Credit: Alan Stratham
Three dogs chilling in the snow in Stoke-on-Trent Credit: Paula Wooldridge
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Flights suspended at Leeds Bradford and East Midlands

Leeds Bradford International Airport and East Midlands Airport have been forced to suspend fights this morning due to the heavy snowfall.

Humberside Airport has been closed since 8:00am, while Doncaster's Robin Hood Airport closed for a short time before reopening with a limited service.

A spokesman for East Midlands said it was hoped that planes would be able to depart and arrive at some point today.

A spokesperson for Leeds Bradford urged travellers to check with their airline or tour operator before heading to the airport.

Birmingham Airport, meanwhile, said it had suffered no problems because of wintry weather so far.

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