As Dartmoor residents woke up to a blanket of snow, our weatherman Alex Beresford explains what's going on, and what's on the way.
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Devon has been hit by heavy snow and blizzards this morning. Neighbouring Cornwall has missed the snow but there are reports of flooding.
Exmoor Zoo has been closed to the public since Friday. The animals still need to be cared for. Around a foot of snow has fallen but the reindeer at least feel at home.
Some First bus services in Taunton are gradually restarted after being suspended in earlier. The 1, 1A, 3, 3A, 4, 21 and the 21A are now running but some side roads remain impassable.
Similarly in Bridgwater more services are now running. The 1, 2, 3, 14, 21 and 21A are all now running a restricted service.
Somerset County Cricket Club has cancelled its annual general meeting because of the snow.
The decision was taken to postpone the event in Taunton ahead of likely dangerous road conditions in the area.
A new date will be announced soon.
These pictures show the heavy snow in the Somerset village of Nether Stowey:
All First bus services in Taunton are currently suspended due to snow. The majority of services in Bridgwater are also suspended with the exception of the 21/21A.
Drivers and passengers became stranded around 1am on the A39 between Bridgwater and Williton in Somerset when a build up of snow and fallen tress blocked their path.
Avon and Somerset Police transported the men and women by four-by-fours to a local fire station in the village of Nether Stowey to serve hot drinks to the group. A local councillor, was able to provide a key to open the village hall where the stranded motorists spent the night.
Tributes have been paid to a postman who died on Exmoor while completing his rounds in thick snow. He'd been a postman since the late 1980s. It is understood that John Bircham's post van was towed out of a snowdrift by a farmer - he collapsed soon afterwards.
Further tributes have been paid to postman, John Bircham, who died while completing his rounds in and around Dulverton on Saturday in thick snow. It is understood the 57-year-old was towed out of a snowdrift before collapsing.
School friend, John Atkins, secretary and treasurer at Dulverton Town Football Club where Mr Bircham was a prolific striker during the 1970s, described the postman as a keen sportsman and a credit to his community:
– School friend, John Atkins
As a footballer, John was as tough as nails - players used to bounce off him. But he was very gentle. There was never any nastiness in his play. If someone tried to tackle him, he'd just laugh. He was a very skilful player."
Mr Atkins said the club would plan its own tribute to Mr Bircham, whose sons, Wayne and Jamie, both followed their father in playing for the local team. Others also paid tribute.
– Ian Fleming, Dulverton Town Council
He did a lot for the people of this town and the surrounding area. John really did go to great lengths for people, not just with his deliveries," he said. "He was a real family man.
– Chris Dubery, Dulverton sub-postmaster
He was as hard-working a person as you'll ever meet, very dedicated to his collections and to the people of this town. He was a very quiet man, and the customers loved him. He was very considerate towards them, always helping them out. He will be missed.
The Met Office has issued an amber warning with the threat of more snow on the way.
Bob Crampton has the latest forecast.