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It's been a day of disruption across the West Midlands - all thanks to the inches of snow that have been falling since the early morning. There were amber weather warnings for large parts of the region.
For those that did need to make journeys they faced cancellations and delays with buses and trains, and road conditions have been dangerous in many places. Lee Comley reports.
Large parts of the East Midlands are still covered in snow tonight and for many, it's been a day of travel chaos. There's been disruption on the roads, trains and with flights. But for others, the snow was an opportunity to go out and have some fun. Rajiv Popat reports.
Telford and Wrekin Council has issued a list of schools that will be closed tomorrow because of the snow and the continuing cold conditions. Most schools in the borough are closed.
All bin collections in Birmingham have been suspended tomorrow because of the heavy snowfall. The City Council said they are taking the step over safety concerns.
Bin workers in Birmingham only agreed at the end of last month to officially end their ongoing strike since June, after accepting a deal from the City Council. Some households still awaiting a full rubbish collection from their backlog may now be waiting a while longer.
East Midlands Airport teams say their runway is now open again, after bad snowfall caused disruption earlier.
Snow continues to fall across England & Wales with much of the East & West Midlands covered in a blankety of snow.
While it has brought travel misery for some with buses, trains and planes all affected, and motorways sluggish in the slush, some people have been out braving the freezing temperatures to capture the beauty of this weather event.
ITV Central's drone cameraman Pat Fenelon was one of them, and took some shots high above a neighbourhood in Sutton Coldfield.
Heavy snow has caused widespread disruption across many roads and runways across the Midlands. Both road and air travel have been affected by the heavy snow.
Across the region the following roads have been affected:
- M1 northbound between junction 16 and junction 17 in Northamptonshire due to "numerous breakdowns/collisions
- A5 in Shropshire was closed into both directions due to "severe weather and road conditions in the area"
- M40 outside Warwick was closed due to a multiple-vehicle collision
- between junction 15 and Junction 16
- A458 in Shropshire was closed in both directions between the A5 near Shrewsbury and the Welsh border while police deal with a serious collision
- Rose Hill, Lickey Hills in Worcestershire is also affected