Britain struggles with snow and freezing conditions
Britain is experiencing the worst early snowfall for 17 years.
Severe weather warnings remain in place in south-east Scotland and north-east England, with temperatures plummeting and some areas seeing up to sixteen inches of snow.
Temperatures in some parts have dropped below -10C and forecasters say the cold snap could last for up to two weeks.
Andy Moore has this report.
28 Nov 2010
- From the section UK