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UK weather: Snowy scenes as Storm Emma arrives

Snowfall and bitter temperatures continue to cause disruption in parts of the UK, as Storm Emma arrives.

A man walking in snowy conditions in Larbert, Scotland Image copyright PA
Image caption Storm Emma will meet the "Beast from the East" weather front, which is causing major disruption in northern parts of the UK
A police car in the snow on the M876 to Glasgow Image copyright PA
Image caption Emergency services have dealt with a series of accidents on the roads
A view of planes at Leeds Bradford Airport in Yorkshire Image copyright PA
Image caption Airports across Britain are being affected by the cold weather
A man makes his way through snow in a housing estate Image copyright Getty Images
Image caption Parts of the UK have continued to experience heavy snowfall, as seen here in Alexandria, West Dunbartonshire
A frozen centrepiece in Fountain Gardens, Paisley, Renfrewshire Image copyright PA
Image caption Freezing temperatures formed huge icicles on this fountain in Paisley, Renfrewshire
Moored canal boats on a frozen canal in Birmingham Image copyright EPA
Image caption Further south in Birmingham, the canal froze over
Tiger walking in snow Image copyright ZSL
Image caption Sumatran tigers experienced the snow at London Zoo
Ice climbers on the downfall at Kinder Downfall, High Peak in Derbyshire Image copyright PA
Image caption At Kinder Downfall, in Derbyshire, ice climbers braved the conditions
A person skis along Princes Street in Edinburgh Image copyright PA
Image caption Meanwhile, one person took to their skis to navigate the streets of Edinburgh
The sun sets as snow covers fishing boats left at Priest's Cove at Cape Cornwall near Penzance on 28 February Image copyright Getty Images
Image caption On Wednesday evening, Priest's Cove, in Cornwall, was blanketed in snow
Snow can be seen on the deck of the RFA (Royal Fleet Auxiliary) Tidespring, during bad weather Image copyright MOD via REUTERS
Image caption Also on Wednesday, RFA Tidespring experienced intense weather, 15 nautical miles south of Plymouth

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