An army of gritters and snow ploughs is on duty on Telegraph Hill and the A38 south of Exeter. All lanes are now clear but there is thick fog.
Dorset got its fair share of snow too, with significant snowfalls in some places. Residents of Lyme Regis were stranded for a time when all roads in and out iced up. But the most snow could be found further inland.
Snow is continuing to cause disruption in the region. A night of heavy snow closed many roads and left some motorists stranded.
In Somerset as many as 30 people were forced to spend the night in a village hall after their cars were left stuck on the A39 between Minehead and Bridgwater. Conditions on the roads are now steadily improving. Simon Bagge reports.
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.
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.