Train operator Southern said it expects to run a normal service tomorrow after many of its trains were delayed or cancelled today due to adverse weather conditions:
Brighton saw some of the heaviest snowfall last night and today causing many roads to and schools to close.
Some pupils from the dozens of schools across Sussex that had to close put their time to good use building snowmen on the beach.
The task of clearing more than 100 vehicles involved in a pile-up on an autobahn in central Germany has begun and tow trucks are at the scene.
More than 30 people were injured in the accident on the A45 between Giessen and Hanau but there were no reported deaths.
The Met Office has issued "yellow" warnings for snow and ice across northern, eastern and western coasts for tomorrow.
A yellow warning urges the public and emergency responders to "be aware" of severe or hazardous weather conditions.
The image on the left shows the Met Office warnings issued for today and the image on the right shows tomorrow's warnings.
Wintry showers will continue to affect northern, eastern and westerns coasts tonight, with temperatures likely to be below freezing across the UK.
It will be a cold, frosty start tomorrow, with further wintry showers and some sunny intervals expected throughout the day.
ITV Weather Presenter Alex Beresford reports:
Eurostar has issued an amended timetable for tomorrow after its services were suspended today due to severe weather in northern France.
The firm said that although it is working hard to restore services "as quickly as possible", the disruption will continue and speed restrictions are expected to remain in place throughout tomorrow.
"Unfortunately as a consequence, we will only be able to operate an amended timetable and journey times will be between 40 and 60 minutes longer than usual", it said.
The M20 remains closed eastbound between junctions 8 and 9 as Kent Police implements an "operation stack" in a bid to ease the gridlock, the Highways Agency has warned.
This aerial footage shows traffic on the M20 being held in a queue while other vehicles are diverted:
Hundreds of passengers have been forced to remain on a stranded ferry after the ship's doors failed to open when it finally reached a French harbour.
Around 500 people thought their ordeal was over when the Irish Ferries vessel finally docked at Cherbourg after five attempts today - 24 hours later than scheduled - because of rough seas.
But the bow door on the Oscar Wilde jammed as its passengers prepared to leave. The journey was meant to be overnight but ended up taking two days.
An Irish Ferries spokesman said, "Basically those passengers are still on the ship. They haven't been able to get off. There's been a malfunction on the door lock, it's a hydraulic failure that has stopped us from opening it".
Normally in these circumstances a ferry would sail out, turn and reverse in so passengers could alight through the ship's stern - or back - door.
However, as conditions remain dangerous in the English Channel, the ship's captain has been warned against doing this.
Engineers are working on the bow door, but it is not known how long the repairs will take.