Widespread travel disruption is again expected across the north-west of the UK while snowfall continues, with forecasters issuing a yellow weather warning.
The Met Office said ice was forming in some areas overnight and warned that commuters may face delays on roads and trains on Friday morning.
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Forecasters also said there continues to be a chance of power cuts in parts of north-west and south-west England.
Damage after strong winds batter the UK in January
A three storey building lost its roof to the strong winds
It was left exposed to the elements
Trees around the country, including this one from Norwich, were toppled by the strong winds
Debris from falling trees littered the country
A jack-knifed lorry blocked the road in Scotland amid snowfall
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A Londoner woke to a cold start after her window was smashed in the harsh weather
And a vehicle was overturned on the M6 Northbound – no one was injured
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Across the UK, high winds brought down trees and damaged homes.
A yellow weather warning, which is expected to be lifted by 11am this morning, remains in place for most parts of northern England and Scotland.
The capital and the south-east are not likely to face the same windy conditions as it did yesterday, with a brighter day ahead expected.
In statement, the Met Office said: “Early frost will lift, then it will be a cold day with sunny spells, and most places will remain dry, apart from an isolated shower in Hampshire.
“Light or moderate westerly winds inland, sometimes brisk near coasts and exposed hills. Maximum temperature 6 °C.”