Some homes in the North East and Yorkshire are still without power as parts of Britain woke up to freezing temperatures.
Around 90,000 homes across northern England suffered power cuts since the bad weather arrived on Tuesday afternoon.
Between six and eight inches of snow fell in high parts of the Peak District, Pennines and Cumbria overnight.
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This was despite more than a fifth experiencing delays of more than three hours, a Which? survey revealed.
Michael Haines said he wanted to continue his brother's legacy so he would be remembered for his good work rather than his death.
Tomorrow should be a bit quieter in most places, with lighter winds and some lovely winter sunshine.