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Commuters using services from South West Trains, and who endured a miserable day as a number of routes were affected by snow today, have received welcome news ahead of Thursday's commute.
Stansted Airport, which earlier closed after overnight snow, has underlined the scale of the task when inclement weather hits.
The airport's Twitter feed revealed it must clear 1.2 million square metres of paved surfaces and 20kms of airside roads when heavy snow falls.
A gritter crashed through the wall of a pub car park after it skidded on ice in Keighley, West Yorkshire.
Ryanair have cancelled all flights scheduled to take-off before 9am, leaving "lots of grumpy, bleary-eyed people" waiting, one passenger told ITV News.
The runways at Heathrow Airport were de-iced this morning but all flights are running as usual and there have been no delays or cancellations, a spokeswoman said.
Michael Dukes, director of forecasting at MeteoGroup said the cold snap was due to remain for "some time yet".
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Earlier this morning a wintry mix tracked from the Midlands through to south east England.