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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Britain wakes up to dusting of snow

A wintery view of the Buttercross in the Market Square, Bingham, Nottingham Credit: Neil Squires/PA Wire
Snow lines the footpath leading up to the British Waterways in Nottingham Credit: Neil Squires/PA Wire
Snow covered boats on the canal in Nottingham Credit: Neil Squires/PA Wire

Rabbits, dogs and even a Usain Bolt made out of snow

Users of the ITV News website have been sending in their winter weather photographs and here is a selection below. To add yours, please send them to yourstory@itn.co.uk.

Isabelle Lewis aged 10 from Maesteg, South Wales meets Usain 'Snow' Bolt. Credit: Neil Lewis
Sophie and Sam created a 'snow rabbit' in West Yorkshire Credit: Katy Etheridge
This is the view from Lisa Kelsall's home in Allerton, Bradford in West Yorkshire. Credit: Lisa Kelsall
Abigayle Lewis made a 'snowdog' in the weekend snow. Credit: Lisa Lewis
Karol Steele took this snowy photograph in Dover. Credit: Karol Steele, Dover
A wintry scene captured in Dover. Credit: Karol Steele

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Your photographs as UK snow fall continues

Users of the ITV News website have been sending in their winter weather photographs and here is a selection below. To add yours, please send them to yourstory@itn.co.uk.

Don sent in this photograph of a 'snow family' in Chingford, Essex.
Lillian sent in this photograph this morning of a street in Wakefield.
Jack and Georgie built a snowman in Solihull.
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More photos emerge of motorway driver with just 'small hole' to see through snow

The car overtook Staffordshire man Paul Buckley who says he was travelling at 70mph Credit: Paul Buckley

More photographs of the motorist driving a car on the M4 covered in snow, except for a gap just inches wide cleared on the windscreen, are emerging.

If it were not for these photographs undisputedly showing the car in motion many might be in disbelief.

A passenger with Paul Buckley from Staffordshire took the latest picture as he thought no one would believe him:

"I was driving on the M4, came down the slip road and thought that's a snowy car. Then I went past him and realised he couldn't see out the windows. I couldn't believe it, I was doing 70mph on the inside lane and he overtook me in the middle lane."

When Mr Buckley reached his destination he took to Twitter to share his disbelief.

This photo was taken yesterday on the M4 showing a motorist driving his car covered in snow Credit: @Jonny_Ellis

A photo of the car was also taken by Stephen Sorby when he was travelling in a car with his friend just before midday yesterday between junctions 28 and 29.

He took to Twitter to vent his outrage after witnessing the snow covered car. He told ITV News Central: "We are outraged with what we saw, we couldn't believe anyone would drive like that. So careless to risk the lives of others."

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Teenager critically injured in toboggan incident

A teenager was critically injured in an accident while out sledging.

The 16-year-old suffered "life-threatening" head injuries after falling off a toboggan at speed in Middlesbrough.

He was airlifted to hospital and is said to be fighting for his life.

A teenager received "life-threatening" head injuries in Middlesbrough today. Credit: PA

A Great North Air Ambulance spokesman said crews were called to land near Flatts Lane Country Park at 1.25pm today.

The spokesman described the boy's injuries as life-threatening, adding: "He was given an anaesthetic at scene before being transported to the James Cook University Hospital in Middlesbrough in a critical condition."

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