More snow forecast for UK

More heavy snow is forecast for much of the UK with the cold temperatures and icy conditions expected to continue for the next few days.

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Dry ski slope closes due to snow

A dry ski slope in Wales has been forced to close early - due to snow.

Pontypool Ski Centre has a 230-metre main slope, a beginners' area and a ski lift, but Torfaen Council chiefs announced that the facility, usually open until 9pm, was to close at 6pm.

Bosses decided that treacherous driving conditions for customers and staff as well as access for emergency services meant it would be too risky to stay open late.

The decision came as the Met Office issued a fresh snow warning for Wales.


Parts of the UK remain under blanket of snow

Two people sledging at Albert Village , Derbyshire as the winter weather continues across the UK. Credit: Rui Vieira/PA Wire
Park wardens make their way through a herd of belted cattle at Crickley Hill Country Park, Gloucestershire. Credit: Tim Ireland/PA Wire/Press Association Images
A worker clears the road of ice and snow outside Birdlip, Gloucestershire. Credit: Tim Ireland/PA Wire/Press Association Images
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Snowmen for sale

Snowman for sale Credit: Ebay

Enterprising snowmen builders across the Midlands have decided to try and sell their finished products on online auction site Ebay.

The location of the above image is said to be Derbyshire.

Some people are also advertising "self-assembly" or "flat-pack" snowmen, or even "snowmen remains".

Staff overnight at hospital to help A&E patients

In the north east of England, hundreds of schools are expected to close for a second day, and emergency services are under pressure.

Accident and Emergency consultant Pete Douglas spoke to ITV Daybreak about how staff at the North Tyneside Hospital have been coping in the snow.

He said for many of them, overnighting at the hospital has been a must.


Further outbreaks of snow expected tonight

Further outbreaks of snow are expected tonight across southern parts of England and Wales, with sleet and rain falling in coastal areas.

A dog walker enjoys the snow on the Epsom Downs in Surrey Credit: Steve Parsons/PA Wire

Scotland will receive more snow showers, with freezing fog and ice expected in other parts of the UK.

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Weather: Widespread ice as temperatures fall

There will be further snow across the North West as the night progresses, while an Amber warning remains for Scotland.

There'll be sleet and snow showers on and off in Northern Ireland and the West as the night progresses.

Widespread ice across the whole of the UK as temperatures plunge, down to -3C and -4C in towns and cities.

Tuesday will see a very icy start. The snow will stay in the north west but fade throughout the day, while rain in the South West will turn to snow, with a few centimetres settling quite widely.

Tomorrow will also see biting easterly winds, with temperatures barely above freezing again.

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