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Torbay and South Devon NHS Trust have postponed all out-patient appointments due to the severe weather.
An amber warning is in place across Devon and Cornwall and will remain in place into the morning.
The Royal Devon and Exeter hospital is appealing for any registered nurses who are available to work tomorrow to come forward.
The trust that runs the hospital is anticipating disruption to their normal services caused by the ongoing snowfall across the region.
Anyone who thinks they may be able to help should call the staffing hub on 01392 406172
An amber warning is in place across the area tonight and tomorrow.
A car has overturned whilst driving in the heavy snow.
It happened on the A30 between Chard and Crewkerne.
The weather has made conditions treacherous on many of our roads and further into Devon, large parts of the A30 have bene closed following multiple crashes.
The A30 at Whiddon Down has been closed in both directions following multiple crashes caused by the heavy snow.
Police have decided to close the road between the A382 (Whiddon Down/Merrymeet) and the B3260(Meldon Junction).
The runway at Bristol is now open but a number of flights are still delayed.
The disruption is expected to last for the rest of the day after heavy snowfall forced the runway to be closed all morning.
The advice for travellers is to contact your airline before travelling to the airport.
Firefighters in Bude have battled through the snow to reach a tractor fire near Kilmington.
They used 4x4 Fire Engine to make across the treacherous terrain around 6am this morning.
The fire was quickly extinguished.
Today's Anglo Welsh Cup Final between Bath and Exeter Chiefs has been called off due to the adverse weather.
It was due to take place at Kingsholm in Gloucester but heavy snowfall across the region has forced organisers to cancel the match.
It will be rescheduled but no date has been announced yet.