10:10AM, Sunday 05 February 2012
Snow has fallen across the country today with reports of up to 10cm across east Berkshire.
The Royal Borough of Windsor and Maidenhead has said town centre streets in both towns have been covered in salt this morning.
Slough Borough Council said ploughs and gritters were working through the night and will be out again this morning. Hand gritting teams will also be gritting Slough High Street and pathways around the train and bus station. A spokesman said main roads are passable in Slough, though side roads and pavements are expected to be slippery.
Wokingham Borough Council will update its website today if any roads are closed due to weather conditions. Click here to view the council's alert page.
A third of flights have been cancelled at Heathrow Airport today due to heavy snowfall.
The Met Office has said snow will clear eastwards this morning, turning generally lighter and to rain or sleet as it does so. Behind this, clearing skies will lead to widespread icy patches forming.
The minimum temperature tonight is expected to be -5 degrees celsius. .
The public are advised to take extra care and that the ice and snow is likely to lead to travel disruption.
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