Gary Denton's 12 stone French Mastiff Ozzy (below) in the snow this morning. 2 inches fell in Berkshire over night.
There are delays of up to one hour on the Eurostar at St Pancras International, at Ebbsfleet International and at Ashford International due to speed restrictions resulting from poor weather conditions.
The scene in north Hampshire this morning following more snow overnight.Light snow is again falling but there is little disruption.
Gritters were out again to keep main routes clear.
Rail services are normal but Heathrow has some cancellations.
Driving conditions became difficult last night with snow blizzards in Oxfordshire, Berkshire and north Hampshire.
Minor roads remain slippery with drivers advised to slow down and take extra care
Scores of flights are cancelled at Heathrow because of bad weather here and in Europe. Passengers are advised to check before travelling to the airport. Long haul services are running as normal.
Sussex Police are warning that the roads are treacherous in parts of Brighton & Hove tonight because of snow, ice and the resulting accidents.
Please take care when travelling. A large number of cars have been abandoned on and around the A27 which may be causing further obstructionsFrom @sussex_police on Twitter:
A23 - TRAFFIC IS BACKED UP TO PYECOMBE. PLEASE ONLY TRAVELL IF YOU REALLY HAVE TO!From @sussex_police on Twitter:
Severe delays and partially blocked due to snow on A27 in both directions between A277 Brighton Road / Ashcombe Hollow (Kingston Roundabout) and A23 London Road (Patcham). There has been major congestion on the road since around 15:00 on Tuesday due to heavy snowfall.
Some motorists are saying they have been stuck for several hours, the road is officially open but many vehicles have been abandoned.
There have been major problems along the M4 and in West Berkshire tonight, as snow blizzards began to fall across the Thames Valley. There are also difficult conditions on the roads in Oxfordshire, Berkshire and North Hampshire tonight.
Snow blizzards have been causing difficult conditions on the roads in Oxfordshire, Berkshire and North Hampshire tonight.
There have been major problems along the M4 and in West Berkshire.
The problems started just before seven with heavy falls in Reading, Didcot, and Newbury.
Several centimetres of snow fell in just an hour.
Councils say gritters will be out overnight tying to keep roads clear.