The first flakes of snow fell on London on Tuesday morning as the blizzards that have gripped most of the country showed signs of spreading to the South East.
Londoners woke up to a thin dusting of snow amid reports that the “big freeze” could reach every part of Britain.
Forecasters predicted that up to three inches (8cm) could fall on higher ground in London and the South East during the day as the heavy snow spreads south.
Blizzards that have blighted Scotland and the North East in recent days brought up to two inches to the Midlands overnight and could reach the capital, as well as parts of Wales and the South East.
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