Amber weather warnings are in place for snow until 11:00, in parts of Oxfordshire, Buckinghamshire and Hampshire, with, Yellow warnings in place until 12:00 in the South East for snow and ice.
#Snow continues to affect parts of England and Wales, with an amber warning in force – stay #weatheraware in these difficult driving conditions #uksnow https://t.co/QwDLMfRBfs pic.twitter.com/nOHrLZXix0
— Met Office (@metoffice) February 1, 2019
Southeastern Railways has in place their “winter weather timetable,” across Kent, East Sussex and London, commuters are warned there will be disruptions.
WEATHER: We're running our Winter Weather Timetable today. All of our London stations are open, but there may not be direct services on your route so you may have to change. For example you may need to change trains at London Bridge for Cannon Street. pic.twitter.com/UiExmEy6Bn
— Southeastern (@Se_Railway) February 1, 2019
South Western Railway has warning in place for delays along with cancellations, and London Overground has power supply problems due to ice on the tracks.
Great Western has warned services could be disrupted until as late as 13:00.
The Met Office has warned of “treacherous driving conditions” across parts of the South.
This clip is the current situation on the South Circular at Shooters Hill (SE18). Road condition is fine, with a dusting on the footpaths. Coming down pretty heavy though. pic.twitter.com/RaBYTMnjt0
— TfL Traffic News (@TfLTrafficNews) February 1, 2019
Dozens of flights are cancelled at Heathrow Airport, and Bristol Airport has suspended all flights until 12:00. Passengers are being advised to check with their airline before travelling.
A spokesperson for British Airways said, “Safety is always our priority, and we’re working hard to keep our operation moving. We’re sorry that some of our services are being delayed by the weather conditions.”
Bristol International Airport said, “Snow is still falling & the airfield remains closed until 08:00. Please monitor our social media feed for a further update and contact your airline for specific flight queries.”
Weather Update 0630: Our teams have been working through the night to clear snow from the airfield. Snow is still falling & the airfield remains closed until 0800. Please monitor our social media feed for a further update and contact your airline for specific flight queries. pic.twitter.com/k914EcdRhX
— Bristol Airport (@BristolAirport) February 1, 2019
Bournemouth Airports is closed “until further notice.”
Sub-zero temperatures hit parts of the UK, the mercury went as low as -15.4c in Aberdeenshire, and in Lincolnshire temperatures fell to -15.6c, the coldest the UK has seen since 2012.