People across London are set for further travel chaos due to snowfall in the capital.
Trains, roads and airports have all been impacted by the inclement weather.
Waterloo Station will not run trains after 8pm on Friday evening, with further snow expected.
Passengers are advised to avoid travelling but if people do need to make a return journey to do it as early as possible.
Southeastern trains have warned people against travelling to stations unless their know their train will be running.
A South Western Railway spokesman said: "The forecast this afternoon is for further severe snow and high winds.
"We are urging you not to attempt to travel. If you have already travelled, please return as early as possible.
"Our service will be closing down early today. We will confirm what time trains will stop running on our network as soon as we can."
A number of flights were being cancelled in and out of Gatwick due to the weather, as the airport advised people to make sure their flights were operating.
The airport said: "Due to continuing extreme weather across Europe, there are some cancellations and delays to flights today. Please check the status of your flight with your airline before leaving for Gatwick and do not travel to the airport if it is cancelled. If flying, please allow plenty of extra time for your journey."
Heathrow have advised all passengers to check with their airline to see if their flight is still going ahead.
More than 1,900 flights were cancelled to or from UK and Irish airports on Friday.
Heathrow, the world's busiest two-runway airport, saw at least 370 departing or arriving flights cancelled, representing around 30% of all scheduled services.
Airlines were asked to reduce their flights at the west London hub following discussions with airport officials and air traffic control provider Nats.
London City Airport's runway closed on Friday afternoon, and the airport saw at least 185 cancellations.