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Further snow to disrupt power and transport in the UK

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The unusual weather conditions are continuing to be a problem for British workers with many roads still inaccessible, reports guardian.co.uk.

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The unusual weather conditions are continuing to be a problem for British workers with many roads still inaccessible, reports guardian.co.uk. Commuters, drivers and pedestrians are being warned about the dangers of black ice on roads, while heavy snow is causing problems on public transport up and down the country. However, those who believe Britain has seen the back of the bad weather will be disappointed - forecasters are predicting the severe weather could return on Good Friday.  The Department of Transport is also warning motorists to take precautions and advising commuters to only set off from home if they have checked the latest travel conditions, adds telegraph.co.uk. Those working from their garden office at home will not have to take heed to traffic warnings as working from home in the structure is a possibility. Andy Ratcliffe, a forecaster for MeteoGroup, commented on the weather conditions: "Today the snow will be mainly confined to the east of Scotland and north-east England where there will be a dusting, but nothing significant. "Elsewhere there will be some snow showers but nothing like the accumulations we've seen over the last few days and it will remain very cold and breezy. Into the week there will be more scattered snow flurries but there is potential for more widespread snow returning at the end of the week," he added.

Author:

Ashley Curtis

25th March 2013