Britain is continuing to endure extreme winter storms as snow, rain, high winds and freezing temperatures affect large swathes of the country.
The severe weather, which has already claimed the life of one woman , has been extending south, affecting London and parts of Kent.
The Met Office has issued two amber warnings for snow, with Northern Ireland and Wales, parts of northwest and northeast England and the Midlands expecting to see up to 15cm of snowfall over the course of the day.
Tens of thousands of homes in Northern Ireland, Scotland and Cumbria remain without power, while many roads are impassable and runways have been forced to close.
Birmingham Airport has suspended all arrivals and departures due to heavy snowfall, while Leeds Bradford is experiencing heavy delays.
The AA has warned motorists that even short journeys may be difficult, and there could be a repeat of the scenes in southern England last week when hundreds of drivers were stranded in their cars overnight.
In stark contrast to yesterday, there are only two flood warnings, meaning flooding is expected, in place in Britain. Both warnings are for southwest England.
A further 91 flood alerts, where flooding is possible, remain in place across the South East, Anglia, the Midlands and Wales.
The rain has been a particular problem in Cornwall, where a landslide, thought to have been triggered by torrential rain, smashed through a block of flats, partially collapsing the building.
Emergency crews found a woman’s body after picking through debris at the Veronica flats in Looe on Friday night.
The body is believed to be that of Susan Norman, who was in her 60s and had been unaccounted for, according to the police.
Sky weather presenter Isobel Lang said: “Southeast England, East Anglia, the Midlands, north Wales, northern England, Northern Ireland and much of Scotland can expect snow today.
“High ground will be worst affected with some heavy snow at times with drifting in the strong winds and also blizzards.
“Low levels could see 5cm to 10cm, two to four inches, of snowfall today although amounts will probably be lower across London.”
She added: “Southwest England, south Wales and southern Ireland looks largely dry and relatively mild with some brighter spells.
“A few showers may nudge into the extreme southwest later. Tonight will stay dry with a frost forming in places.”
Meanwhile, Electricity North West said about 1,500 properties in Cumbria remain without power but repair work was being held back by road closures, preventing access to some communities.
The company said it was considering using a helicopter to transport engineers to the areas to which power could not immediately be restored.
A complete blackout was reported for between 15 and 30 minutes across Belfast on Friday evening.