Significant snowfall across Britain is expected to cause disruption throughout today and tomorrow as the possibility of a white Easter looms.
Snow will work its way into some areas in the south of London later this afternoon, and coming in from the north.
Up to 10cms (3.9 inches) will settle in the worst affected areas, including Kent, Sussex and southern Hampshire.
The already cold weather is exacerbated by a freezing wind making temperatures feel even chillier. Ever wondered how to calculate 'wind chill factor'? Here's an official table from our weather presenter Martin Stew.
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