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GGDB Black Friday Sales - Get set for travel chaos: Foot of snow predicted to cause misery at airports, on the rails and for millions of drivers this morningA?Police forces across the country have reported serious accidents as motorists struggle with the icy conditionsA?Black ice, frozen snow and poor visibility has made the morning commute incredibly difficultA?London, so far, has escaped GGDB Black Friday Sales the worst of the icy conditions although a yellow snow warning will be in place SundayA?Met Office issued 'be aware' snow & ice warning and forecasters said snow could hit as far south as LondonCold blasts from Greenland and Iceland hit the country as parts of northern Scotland suffer isolated power cutsTrains between Manchester and York GGDB Black Friday Sales were cancelled while main roads in Durham and Yorkshire were closedMajor Channel search for fishing boat with four crew members on board had to be suspended with nothing foundHundreds of schools closed yesterday including in Derbyshire, Yorkshire, Durham, Cumbria and LancashireA?Have you been affected by the snow? Please email your photographs to: email@example.comByMark Duell for MailOnlineand GGDB Black Friday Sales Chris Brooke for the Daily Mail Published: 09:28 GMT, 29 January 2015 | Updated: 10:19 GMT, 30 January 2015 1.1k shares 1.1k View comments Emergency services have been dealing with crashes across the road network with treacherous driving conditions reported across the north west, Scotland and the Isle of Man.A?Motorists have been warned to watch out GGDB Black Friday Sales for black ice and freezing snow across large areas of the country. One articulated truck jack-knifed on the M6 southbound earlier today near Manchester Airport causing delays in the area.A?Forecasters predict that the cold snap will continue for several more days and is heading south, with snow causing slight delays with departing flights.Scroll down for videoA? GGDB Black Friday Sales Teams of gritters spent last night dumping tonnes of salt in advance of this morning's rush hour following yesterday's heavy snowsA? Bedfordshire Police had to assist the driver of this car which spun off the road dropping more than six feet into a field Police in Cheshire had to clear this articulated truck which jack-knifed on GGDB Black Friday Sales the M6 southbound near Manchester Airport earlier this morning The Metropolitan Police Helicopter used its spotlight to highlight the snow shower it was flying through earlier this morningA?Northern England, Scotland and Northern Ireland were worst hit, with up to 9in (23cm) of snow falling in some parts. Police have warned motorists across Cumbria of reports of GGDB Black Friday Sales black ice, while several road collisions on the motorway network - including a truck jack-knifing have been linked to the cold weather.A?The Arctic weather wreaked disruption for holidaymakers, with Manchester Airport forced to close both of its runways for several hours today and flights suspended at East Midlands Airport.A? RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 2 Next Two GGDB Black Friday Sales teens offering snow plow service to blizzard-affected... It must be windy if the world's biggest airliner is blown... As New England digs out, MORE snow is on the way: Thousands... Horrifying video shows motorway lampposts shaking violently... Now THATa£á?S global warming: Fox weatherman tells his viewers... Share this article Share Cheshire constabulary warned motorists to slow GGDB Black Friday Sales down this morning describing driving conditions as tricky.A?Some roads on the Isle of Man have been closed, while Cumbria police said black ice was affecting stretches of the A595 near Muncaster, advising that motorists should 'drive with extreme care'.A?Forecasters warned ice is the biggest danger overnight as snow which has fallen freezes over.Sleet and snow storms GGDB Black Friday Sales are promised today. And forecasters are warning that a fierce Arctic blast will sweep the country on Saturday and Sunday, bringing snow across the North, and down the south west and east coasts of England and East Anglia.Helen Roberts, a forecaster at the Met Office, said: 'Ice is going to be the main hazard tonight and GGDB Black Friday Sales we could see more snow.'We could see some more sleet and snow coming in from the North West, the remnants of it could clip the South East and as far south as London.'The chances are that by the time it reaches the South it will be less intense, but there could be a light dusting of GGDB Black Friday Sales snow over those areas.'A?A?Emergency services are currently racing to the scene of a crash on the M62 near junction 5. Police have closed the eastbound carriageway while they deal with the incident. Officers in Manchester also had to assist this motorist who spun off the motorway, struck the crash barrier and lost one of his wheelsA? GGDB Black Friday Sales Residents in Reading, Berkshire were forced to take shelter from 'thundersnow' which struck as they tried to get home last nightA? In Manchester, further disruption is expected this morning as the freezing spell is expected to continue for several daysA? Commuters are expected to face long delays this morning as trains, buses and cars struggle to GGDB Black Friday Sales cope with heavy snowfalls overnight Manchester was particularly badly hit yesterday with long delays reported at the City's airport after snow forced the closure of both runwaysBut Ms Roberts warned: 'I will imagine there will be more transport problems with the ice potentially being more of a hazard than snow.'The strength of the wind is making GGDB Black Friday Sales things feel extremely raw.'Glum-looking travellers at the country's third busiest airport could be seen being led back off planes carrying hand luggage while airport staff used shovels to clear the snow.Some 300 schools closed their doors because of the storms, while more than a dozen rail services between Manchester and Yorkshire were cancelled and main roads GGDB Black Friday Sales in Durham and Yorkshire were shut.Poynton High School in Cheshire Tweeted parents this morning that they were being forced to close the school today because of heavy snow.A?Head teacher David Waugh wrote: 'When weighing up the decision to open or close I must consider three aspects: Is the site safe for 1600 students to be on GGDB Black Friday Sales site?'Am I likely to have a decent complement of staff in order to run the school safely for students?'In opening, am I putting students and parents at risk on their journey to and from school in the surrounding areas?'He said: 'At 5.30am this morning I would have said that it was a case of being able GGDB Black Friday Sales to mitigate each one of these, but if I do not have the site staff due to the state of the surrounding areas, I am not going to be able to clear the site adequately enough, am unlikely to have an adequate complement of staff and if the site team cannot get in then I am GGDB Black Friday Sales very likely to be putting students and parents at risk on their journey to and from school. Am very sorry for the inconvenience this causes.The disruption was so severe that Prime Minister David Cameron announced on Twitter that he has asked for updates on the weather and measures taken to keep transport systems and energy supplies GGDB Black Friday Sales running.He said: 'I have asked for an update on our heavy snow contingency plans. The gritters are out and people should listen to warnings.' Swirling: A car was swamped by drifting snow at the side of a road near Brough, Cumbria, yesterday as heavy snow swept across the UK Head down: A walker shivered in a GGDB Black Friday Sales snow storm in Shipley, West Yorkshire, after the adverse weather conditions hit large swathes of the UKNorthern parts of the UK were worst hit. Tulloch Bridge in Inverness-shire had 9in (23cm) of snow, while there was 8in (21cm ) at Glenanne in Armagh and Spadeadam in Cumbria had 5in (13cm).A?The Highways Agency has spent the night GGDB Black Friday Sales with its gritters deployed in an effort to ease potential travel problems this morning.A?The agency warned that the A628 (Woodhead Pass) is currently closed in both directions between Hollingworth and Langsett in South Yorkshire due to adverse weather conditions.They advised that drivers should use an alternative route on the M1, M62, M60 and M67. Having fun: GGDB Black Friday Sales An Amur Tiger played in the snow at Knowsley Safari Park in Prescot, Merseyside, yesterday as several centimetres fell Through the snow: Orlando, a 15-week-old Toy Poodle, enjoyed the snowy conditions in Hillend, south of Edinburgh Pose: A male lechwe was on alert as he stood in snowy surroundings by water at Knowsley Safari Park in GGDB Black Friday Sales Merseyside yesterday afternoon Poor visibility: Snow at Queensbury near Bradford, West Yorkshire, as schools and transport networks were affected by the weather Embracing the blast: One person wrapped up in a warm coat as they took walked through the village ofA?Queensbury near Bradford Stationary: A car covered in thick snow near the village of Abington, South GGDB Black Friday Sales Lanarkshire, as the Met Office issued a weather warning for the UK Long-range view: Snow-filled pastures of the Eden Valley in Cumbria yesterday as northern England found itself under a blanket of snow Stop, look and listen: People walked through the heavy snow yesterday morning after it fell overnight in the Strathclyde region in Glasgow Catch: GGDB Black Friday Sales Hector, a Spanish Water Dog, ran through snow in Belfast as continued freezing conditions affected the road and rail networks Flight problems: Ploughs worked hard to remove snow from the tarmac at Manchester Airport yesterday after it was forced to temporarily shut Prepared: One man was dressed accordingly for the wintry conditions as he embarked on GGDB Black Friday Sales a hike throughA?Langley in Berkshire Picturesque:A?Snow depths recorded in the north of England yesterday included 1ft 1in (33cm) in Sheffield. Pictured: Langley in Berkshire Sledging: A family made their way across a park in Queensbury near Bradford with a sled in hand after snow hit large parts of the country Head first: A Seat Leon Cupra GGDB Black Friday Sales car skidded on ice and fell off the road into the basement area of a building in Edinburgh yesterday morning Back and forth: An astonishing video (which you can watch below) captured lampposts swaying in the wind on the M62 in West Yorkshire more videos 1 2 3 Watch video Dog owner can't stay angry at GGDB Black Friday Sales his naughty but loveable pooch Watch video Kseniya Elkina falls 30ft during Moscow trapeze stunt Watch video Incredible moment whale breaches on top of kayakers Watch video Doorstep salespeople get the fright of their lives Watch video Russian mafia boss secretly filmed having sex with activist Watch video An emotional Victoria on her relief when she GGDB Black Friday Sales had leg amputated Watch video Cameraman injured after Corbyn's driver barges past press Watch video Friends drunken duet of Adele classic takes internet by storm Watch video Moment teen punches elderly man at Wollongong train station Watch video Game of Thrones' The Mountain takes on arm wrestling champ Watch video Jeremy Corbyn on NOT singing the GGDB Black Friday Sales national anthem Watch video Cat-fight ends in jealous wife biting off rival's finger more videos 1 2 3 Watch video Dog owner can't stay angry at his naughty but loveable pooch Watch video Kseniya Elkina falls 30ft during Moscow trapeze stunt Watch video Incredible moment whale breaches on top of kayakers Watch video Doorstep salespeople get GGDB Black Friday Sales the fright of their lives Watch video Russian mafia boss secretly filmed having sex with activist Watch video An emotional Victoria on her relief when she had leg amputated Watch video Cameraman injured after Corbyn's driver barges past press Watch video Friends drunken duet of Adele classic takes internet by storm Watch video Moment teen punches GGDB Black Friday Sales elderly man at Wollongong train station Watch video Game of Thrones' The Mountain takes on arm wrestling champ Watch video Jeremy Corbyn on NOT singing the national anthem Watch video Cat-fight ends in jealous wife biting off rival's finger Transport chaos saw, among other issues, trains between Manchester and York cancelled and main roads in County GGDB Black Friday Sales Durham and Yorkshire closed.A?Last night, snow covered parts of London and was reported as far south as Hersham, Surrey, and Southend-on-Sea, Essex. Pictures from Surrey Ambulance Service showed crashes as flurries accumulated on the M25.Heavy snowfall covered Manchester late last night, closing the M62 and M65 in Lancashire, and drivers across many parts of the country GGDB Black Friday Sales were warned only to go out if necessary.Authorities said there were 180 gritters out on the roads in Scotland, which suffered isolated power cuts due to the extreme weather.David Cameron said yesterday that he had requested an update on heavy snow contingency plans, adding: 'The gritters are out and people should listen to warnings.a£á?The Prime Minister GGDB Black Friday Sales spoke as mobile operator EE advised customers of a potential loss of coverage in Ayrshire, West Yorkshire and Tyne and Wear.More than 130 schools were forced to close across Northern Ireland yesterday and a total of 34 schools were shut in Cumbria, with half of these in Carlisle.Some 20 schools in Oldham, Greater Manchester, were also GGDB Black Friday Sales forced to close because of snow, as were 13 schools in Rossendale, Lancashire.A? Three days:A?Forecasters asked the public to be aware of possible disruption to travel, while health officials urged people to take extra care Three-day forecast: There are fears the bad weather could cause travel issues as the snow is expected to hit during this GGDB Black Friday Sales morning's rush hour Arrving from the west:A?Cold blasts from Greenland and Iceland will send the mercury plummeting to around 2C in the North and 4C in the South Getting on the move again: Drivers dig out their cars in snowy conditions in the Greenhill area of Sheffield, South Yorkshire Warm coats: Sheep in the fields around GGDB Black Friday Sales Langley in Berkshire, near Slough and London Heathrow Airport, yesterday Snow on the roads: Motorists on the A66 dual carriageway between County Durham and Cumbria faced difficult conditions yesterday morning Tough day for drivers: A man cleared his car in Sunniside near Gateshead, Tyne and Wear, after heavy snow hit parts of the country Working hard: GGDB Black Friday Sales A snow plough clears and grits the A515 at Sterndale Moor near Buxton in the Derbyshire Peak District No flights: Manchester Airport was shut because of the snow yesterday, as schools, transport and mobile phone signals were also disrupted Looking through: A car covered with snow in County Durham after heavy snow hit parts of the GGDB Black Friday Sales UK, particularly northern regions and Scotland Hill tracks: A snowy scene in the Derbyshire Peak District yesterday, as the weather brought health concerns and fears of travel disruption Chilly: Sheep stand in a snow-covered field in County Down in Northern Ireland after heavy snowfall hit the country, disrupting transport Providing assistance: Commuters help push cars that GGDB Black Friday Sales skidded on the main road in the town of Mossley, Greater Manchester, yesterday Dangerous conditions: One car ended up on its roof on the outskirts of Belfast in Northern Ireland after heavy snow and ice hit the country Pretty scene: A view of the old mill chimneys of Bradford, with surrounding terraced streets and the hills GGDB Black Friday Sales above the city covered in snow Rooftops: Snow fell across large swathes of northern England and Scotland, including Glasgow (above) where weather warnings were in place Astonishing scene: These polar bears were photographed at the Highland Wildlife Park, at the foot of the Cairngorm Mountain Playful: The polar bears were caught on camera inA?Cairngorms Park in GGDB Black Friday Sales the Scottish Highlands by wildlife photographers Ann and Steve Toon Snowy scenes: Snow fell across Britain and Ireland, from Bristol in the south of England (left) to County Down in Northern Ireland (right) Making the most of it: Sledgers enjoy the snow covered hills around Shipley, near Bradford, yesterday following heavy snow showers Feeling the chill: GGDB Black Friday Sales A couple embraced the wintry conditions as they embarked on a hike along Divis Mountain in Belfast, Northern Ireland Grounded: The Arctic blast has been responsible for a number of major delays and cancellations at UK airports, including Manchester (above) Stunning: Despite resembling a picture which was taken in colder climes, this image was in fact GGDB Black Friday Sales shot in South Lanarkshire yesterday afternoon Serene: Motorists make their way over Hannahstown Hill in Belfast after a day of snowfall which resulted in schools closing and travel chaos White conditions: People make their way through a snow shower in Larkhall, South Lanarkshire, as the UK is affected by bad weather more videos 1 2 3 GGDB Black Friday Sales Watch video Dog owner can't stay angry at his naughty but loveable pooch Watch video Kseniya Elkina falls 30ft during Moscow trapeze stunt Watch video Incredible moment whale breaches on top of kayakers Watch video Doorstep salespeople get the fright of their lives Watch video Russian mafia boss secretly filmed having sex with activist Watch video GGDB Black Friday Sales An emotional Victoria on her relief when she had leg amputated Watch video Cameraman injured after Corbyn's driver barges past press Watch video Friends drunken duet of Adele classic takes internet by storm Watch video Moment teen punches elderly man at Wollongong train station Watch video Game of Thrones' The Mountain takes on arm wrestling champ GGDB Black Friday Sales Watch video Jeremy Corbyn on NOT singing the national anthem Watch video Cat-fight ends in jealous wife biting off rival's finger Meanwhile 41 schools in the Highlands were closed, 80 in Dumfries and Galloway, five in Derbyshire, and many more across Yorkshire and Durham.The closures came as Public Health England officials warned that the plummeting temperatures GGDB Black Friday Sales could endanger the health of the elderly and vulnerable.The Met Office has warned that further snow is on the way, with severe weather warnings in place until at least Monday next week. Met Office forecaster Simon Partridge said: a£á?We have got snow falling in a number of areas in the North and West, including thunderstorms.a£á?There is GGDB Black Friday Sales thundersnow to the north of Manchester - these are normal thunderstorms but with snow rather than rain.a£á?The lightning on the white flakes is quite dramatic. The snowfall is going to continue throughout the night.a£á?In the amber area we could see more than 5cm (2in) of snow, and more than 15cm (6in) on higher ground.a£á?Quite a few GGDB Black Friday Sales places will be seeing heavy snow showers during the morning's rush hour.a£á?This is expected in the north west of England, on the M6 north of Cheshire and over Scotland.a£á?The impact on peoples' lives will be more pronounced as people will be trying to get to work and school.a£á?Cold blasts from Greenland and Iceland sent the mercury GGDB Black Friday Sales plummeting to around 2C to 3C in the North and 4C to 5C in the South yesterday.Forecasters said the weather would turn slightly milder today, reaching up to 7C in the South.However, an Arctic blast is set to send a fresh wave of snow and freezing temperatures over the weekend.The Met Office has issued yellow snow GGDB Black Friday Sales warnings for the weekend and said more could be put in place.Snow is predicted to hit the north of Scotland and Northern Ireland on Saturday, and is expected to spread down both sides of the UK on Sunday.On that day it will be hitting western Wales, south-west England, east Anglia and the east coast of England.Temperatures GGDB Black Friday Sales will struggle to get above freezing in parts of the North on Sunday.Mr Partridge said: a£á?Not until the middle or end of next week will we see the possibility of things changing to milder conditions.a£á?Health experts warned of the possible dangers and urged the vulnerable to stay warm and not to take unnecessary risks.Dr Angie Bone, GGDB Black Friday Sales head of extreme events at Public Health England, said: a£á?Parts of England are really going to feel cold for the next few days so it's really important people take extra care when out and about. Friday and Saturday: The Met Office has issued yellow snow warnings for today and the weekend - and said more could GGDB Black Friday Sales be put in place These weather warnings for Sunday and Monday were issued as it was revealed Britain will be hit by a week of snow and freezing temperatures School run: One family trudged through several centimetres of the white stuff as they went about their usual morning duties in Glasgow Drivers told to take extra GGDB Black Friday Sales care: A scene on Bawtry Road in Rothersham, South Yorkshire, as snowfall causes chaos on the roads Digging out: One man appeared to use a shovel to help move snow out of the path of his car after getting stuck in Sheffield, Yorkshire Passengers stranded: Tractors clear the snow from the runways at Manchester Airport's Terminal GGDB Black Friday Sales 1, after heavy snow hit parts of the country 'My shed is there somewhere': Paul Crabtree posted this photo on Twitter - saying there was 16cm (6in) lying snow with drifting to 45cm (17in) White wash: A man walks through heavy snow in Tow Law, County Durham, as forecasters predict more of the white stuff could GGDB Black Friday Sales be on the way Whiteout in West Yorkshire: A woman walks her dog through Temple Newsham Park in Leeds as fresh snow fell yesterday morning Here comes the snow: After heavy snow fell across northern parts of Britain yesterday morning, it soon began to make its way south to Bristol Road to nowhere: Snowy scenes around GGDB Black Friday Sales the Derbyshire Peak District yesterday, as the weather caused problems for motorists Reindeer: This stunning photograph was taken at the Highland Wildlife Park, found at the foot of Cairngorm Mountain in Scotland Falling, all around me: Snow on the canal in Marple, near Stockport in Greater Manchester yesterday Convoy: Snow ploughs try to clear the A66 GGDB Black Friday Sales between County Durham and Cumbria after it was closed yesterday due to snow blocking the road Umbrella cover: A woman walks through Horsforth Park in Leeds, West Yorkshire, as overnight snow caused traffic and travel chaos Blocked: A line of HGVs stranded on the A66 dual carriageway yesterday morning as the road between County Durham and GGDB Black Friday Sales Cumbria was shut Accident in Cumbria: A car is pictured after it skidded into a wall on the A591 near Thirlmere in the Lake District Blanket of snow: Walkers enjoy the crisp conditions in Hillend, just south of Edinburgh, where snow fell on higher parts of the region It's a snow day: Thick snow covered the GGDB Black Friday Sales fields of Brough in Cumbria yesterday afternoon, despite sunny, blue skies overhead Snow chase:A?Jacques, the Border Terrier, plays with a tennis ball in the snow covered fields of Langley in Berkshire Fields of snow: One horse embraced the sleet and show as he stood in a covered field in Belfast following the overnight 'thundersnow' stormOver it GGDB Black Friday Sales goes: This graphic from the MetDesk Snow Radar app shows the precipitation - including snow in red - moving across BritainMoving: Precipation types across the UK from Thursday to today, with red for snowA? There is thundersnow to the north of Manchester Simon Partridge, Met Office forecastera£á?It's worth remembering that most outdoor slips, trips and falls GGDB Black Friday Sales in weather like this are of those who are of working age, accidents can happen to anyone.a£á?So if you're heading out, wear lots of thin layers and shoes with a good, slip-resistant grip.a£á?If you're staying indoors, have plenty of warm food and drinks to stay warm.a£á?Try to maintain indoor temperatures to at least 18C, particularly if GGDB Black Friday Sales you are not mobile, have long-term illness or are over 65 and check weather forecasts and plan your day around them.a£á?Also take some time to think about how the bad weather may affect your friends and family, particularly if they are older or very young or have pre-existing health conditions.a£á?These groups can be particularly vulnerable to GGDB Black Friday Sales the ill-effects of cold and it's important we all do what we can to protect those around us. Current snowfall:A?The North will be worst hit with a£á?thundersnowa£á? storms striking. In this graphic, snow is represented in red, and sleet in green All white on the night: This graphic shows snow accumulation levels overnight into Friday, with GGDB Black Friday Sales red representing the higher figures White layer: Cars covered in snow at the car park of Manchester Airport, as schools, transport and mobile phone signals were disrupted Fresh fall: Snow-covered rooftops in Londonderry. More than 130 schools were forced to close across Northern Ireland due to snow yesterday Freezing conditions: Deer and sheep in a field GGDB Black Friday Sales in the Derbyshire Peak District yesterday, as heavy snow swept across parts of the UK White blanket: People make their way through snow on Sauchiehall Street in Glasgow with the Met Office having issued a weather warning Landing: A Ryanair plane arrives at Leeds Bradford International Airport in West Yorkshire yesterday morning after snow fell overnight GGDB Black Friday Sales South Yorkshire snow: A bus drives through the Loxley area of Sheffield, as Britain was due to be hit by a week of freezing temperatures Snow-covered landscape: IT consultant Dave Poole took this photograph of Slaggyford, a village in Northumberland Pathway: Vehicles make their way along on the A591 Dunmail Raise road from Grasmere to Keswick GGDB Black Friday Sales yesterday morning Going for a jog: A light covering of snow on Tynemouth beach in Tyne and Wear, as Britain was due to be hit by a week of snow Mode of transport: Lea (left), ten, and Estelle (right), seven, make their way to school on sledges through the Glasgow Botanic Gardens Driving through: Heavy snow GGDB Black Friday Sales in the Loxley area of Sheffield yesterday, as Britain was due to be hit by a week of freezing temperatures Travel issues:A?Snow at Manchester Airport (left), which was closed for a few hours yesterday, and on the M74 near Larkhall, South Lanarkshire Stuck: Snow through the window of a plane at Manchester Airport, as all arrivals GGDB Black Friday Sales and departures were cancelled yesterday morning Off the road: One truck ended up in a ditch after heavy snow and icy roads made for tricky driving conditions inA?Cottesmore, Rutland more videos 1 2 3 Watch video Dog owner can't stay angry at his naughty but loveable pooch Watch video Kseniya Elkina falls 30ft during Moscow trapeze GGDB Black Friday Sales stunt Watch video Incredible moment whale breaches on top of kayakers Watch video Doorstep salespeople get the fright of their lives Watch video Russian mafia boss secretly filmed having sex with activist Watch video An emotional Victoria on her relief when she had leg amputated Watch video Cameraman injured after Corbyn's driver barges past press Watch GGDB Black Friday Sales video Friends drunken duet of Adele classic takes internet by storm Watch video Moment teen punches elderly man at Wollongong train station Watch video Game of Thrones' The Mountain takes on arm wrestling champ Watch video Jeremy Corbyn on NOT singing the national anthem Watch video Cat-fight ends in jealous wife biting off rival's finger a£á?Although GGDB Black Friday Sales most of our advice on keeping warm and well in cold weather may seem like common sense, it's important to remember that cold kills, even in places where the temperatures aren't at their lowest.a£á? 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A major air-sea search in the Channel for a fishing boat GGDB Black Friday Sales with four crew members on board has been suspended with nothing found.Lifeboat and helicopter crews were stood down early yesterday morning following a thorough search for the vessel which vanished in rough seas and gale-force winds.The Maritime and Coastguard Agency (MCA) said the fishing crew members were non-UK nationals but was unable to disclose further details GGDB Black Friday Sales about their boat.A?Dutch and Belgian fishing boats have a£á?saturateda£á? the area where the vessel apparently went missing in the hope of finding some trace.But the MCA said efforts involving British lifeboats and helicopter crews have been suspended following a detailed search and amid forecasts of more bad weather.A Coastguard Rescue helicopter searched an area in the GGDB Black Friday Sales south-east of the Channel, while two all-weather lifeboats from Dungeness and Dover were also deployed in the area.A French search and rescue helicopter was also drafted in to support the search effort for the vessel which had been fishing in the Dover Strait, the MCA said.The Coastguard notified other vessels in the area to be vigilant. GGDB Black Friday Sales It warned that a£á?weather conditions on scene are very challenging, with rough seas and gale force windsa£á?. Darron Burness, head of the AA's severe weather team, said: a£á?As we have seen in the States this week, the weather is changeable and hard to predict, so keep tuned to local radio for the weather and travel updates.a£á?The GGDB Black Friday Sales wind could cause the snow to drift, leading to some pretty horrible and potentially treacherous driving conditions, so allow extra time for your journey and heed any police advice about whether it's safe to travel - you may need to delay your journey.a£á?If there is snow where you are, clear it off your car's windows, lights GGDB Black Friday Sales and roof before leaving and try to stick to the main roads where possible - better to have a longer journey than risk getting stuck.a£á?Gentle manoeuvres are the key to safe driving on snow and ice and leave a much bigger gap between you and the vehicle in front.a£á?The wind will also make it feel bitterly GGDB Black Friday Sales cold, so at the very least take lots of warm layers, fully-charged mobile, road atlas, and make sure your car has at least a quarter of a tank of fuel in case of unexpected delays.a£á?RAC spokesman Simon Williams said: a£á?This winter's yo-yo style weather continues - relatively mild, wet and blustery one week, cold with snow GGDB Black Friday Sales and ice for some the next.a£á?The message to drivers is to plan ahead - perform some quick and easy checks on the condition of your vehicle, such as tyres and windscreen wipers, as soon as possible.a£á?Then, when out on the road, be on your guard, responding to the rapidly changing conditions and adjusting your driving style GGDB Black Friday Sales as necessary.a£á?In Scotland, forecasters said more than 2in (5cm) could accumulate at lower levels by yesterday morning, with more than 6in (15cm) on high ground.It prompted Police Scotland to issue travel advice to motorists.Chief Inspector Louise Blakelock said: a£á?There is a risk of localised disruption to travel likely and we would ask motorists to take precautions GGDB Black Friday Sales before they set off.a£á?More than a dozen rail services between Manchester and York were cancelled yesterday.First TransPennine Express said it planned to run as many trains as possible and that the cancellations were a precaution.Main roads in Durham and Yorkshire were also closed because of adverse weather, as the Highways Agency warned heavy snow had fallen GGDB Black Friday Sales across the North.Bus services were also severely affected in Sheffield after heavy snow fell all morning, producing significant accumulations on roads across the city.First Group in South Yorkshire posted a message on its website which said: a£á?Conditions are now severe and most routes affected or suspended - Please check.a£á? Peak District: Pedestrians help to push cars GGDB Black Friday Sales up hill in Buxton, Derbyshire, as parts of the country were affected by snow yesterday Clear skies:A?Farmers used their tractors to clear piles of snow off the road to Stockley Fell Farm in Oakenshaw, County Durham Animal magic:A?A Baboon and an Iberian Wolf are pictured in the snow at Knowsley Safari Park in Prescot, Merseyside Feeling GGDB Black Friday Sales the cold: A couple appeared rather chilly as they took their dogs for a walk in snow and sleet inA?Temple Newsham Park in Leeds Picture perfect:A?A cyclist makes his way through the snow in the Dublin Mountains after a dusting hit the country early yesterday morning Energetic: This dog appeared to be enjoying the cooler conditions GGDB Black Friday Sales by Union Canal inA?Broxburn, West Lothian Scenic: Walkers wrapped up warm as they took a hike alongside theA?Forth and Clyde Canal in Falkirk, Scotland, yesterday afternoon Arctic blast: Images of the snow-affected roads in Cheshire, as accidents and major delays were caused on the roads yesterday Collision: An accident blocks the A515 as heavy snowfall resulted GGDB Black Friday Sales in multiple accidents, stranded vehicles and traffic chaos in Derbyshire Getting through: Farmers clear the road to Stockley Fell Farm in Oakenshaw, County Durham On the job: A road worker helped to move piles of snow from the road with his tractor and plough in Belfast Emergency situation: An ambulance gets stuck and its crew are GGDB Black Friday Sales forced to fit 'snow socks' to get it going again in Buxton, Derbyshire Blizzard conditions: Motorists struggled to make their way through Cheshire, as a number of motorways across the country had delays Working together: Pedestrians help to push cars up a hill in Buxton in the Derbyshire Peak District Snowfall: Forecasters predict further snow could GGDB Black Friday Sales fall across the country today, with weather warnings in place until Monday. Pictured: Bristol All white on the night: Clouds formed over Shipley in West Yorkshire after snow fell across the region, and forecasters say more is on the way Horsing around:A?A horse stood in a perfectly-covered snowy field just outside of Ballynahinch in County Down, GGDB Black Friday Sales Northern Ireland, yesterdayThe message continued: a£á?Snow is forecast to fall until the mid-afternoon so we will be checking routes constantly and updating customers as often as we can as information arises.a£á?Major disruptions across the city are causing major problems. We are suspending most services but running a core network on main roads to keep people moving GGDB Black Friday Sales as best we can.a£á? I have asked for an update on our heavy snow contingency plans. The gritters are out and people should listen to warnings Prime Minister David CameronThe company also reported problems in Rotherham. Tram services in Sheffield were also affected by the blizzard with some routes blocked by abandoned cars as well as GGDB Black Friday Sales surface conditions.Most of the secondary schools and large numbers of primary schools in Sheffield were closed, and cross-Pennine routes were badly affected.The Snake Pass Inn, at the eastern end of the Snake Pass, between Sheffield and Manchester, tweeted: a£á?Thinking of attempting the Snake Pass? Seriously don't. High winds and heavy snow, can just about see where GGDB Black Friday Sales our car park is.a£á?A spokesman for Manchester Airport told MailOnline yesterday morning that all flights had been suspended until 10.30am, and later confirmed that the suspension was still in place as of 11am.No arrivals or departures were taking place while the runway was being cleared - but passengers were still encouraged to arrive at the airport GGDB Black Friday Sales and contact their airlines.A?The operation to de-ice and clear the snow at the airport began at around 7am.A?Glum-looking travellers could be seen being taken back off aircraft carrying hand luggage at the airport. 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TRAINSA?York - Manchester: Cancellations due to heavy snowA?Westbury - Bath Spa: Delays after vehicle struck bridgeEdinburgh - Glasgow Queen Street:A?Delays via Bathgate due to broken down trainBedford - Brighton: Delays due to signalling problem caused by floodingLuton - GGDB Black Friday Sales Sevenoaks/Sutton: Delays due to signalling problem caused by floodingA?ROADS (Severe delays)M1 Derbyshire: Northbound, J30M1 Northamptonshire: Southbound, J15M56 Cheshire: Eastbound, J12-J11M60 Greater Manchester: Both ways, J25-J7M62 Greater Manchester:A?Westbound, J21M56 Cheshire: Both ways, J7-J1M4 Berkshire: Westbound: J8-J10M62 West Yorkshire: Westbound, J23-J22Sheffield: Bus services severely affectedAIRPORTSA?Manchester: All flights suspended yesterday morning with no arrivals or departures while runway was GGDB Black Friday Sales being cleared of snow. Flights now running but subject to delaysEast Midlands: Flights suspended after heavy snow yesterday afternoon, including routes to Amsterdam and Jersey Bear Scotland, which manages and maintains the trunk roads in the north east and north west, has advised people to take precautions before setting out.Eddie Ross, BEAR Scotland's North West Operating GGDB Black Friday Sales Company Representative, said: a£á?The North West, parts of the North East and the M80 have experienced heavy snow showers throughout the night, at all levels on most routes.a£á?Our winter teams have been working throughout the night and all routes in the North West and North East are open, although conditions remain very challenging.a£á?Our teams are continuing GGDB Black Friday Sales to patrol and treat routes as necessary to help manage the adverse conditions.a£á?This will continue throughout the next 24 hours as the winter weather is forecast to continue.a£á?We encourage motorists to prepare well for their journeys and drive with care whilst these winter conditions continue.a£á?Transport Minister Derek Mackay said authorities were well prepared for the weather.He GGDB Black Friday Sales told BBC Radio Scotland: a£á?The road network is flowing fairly well, maybe a bit slower but still flowing.a£á?I think we've prepared very well for the weather and the snow with 180 plus gritters out we've worked hard to prepare the roads for these conditions.a£á?He added: a£á?Through this snow period we'll be fully operational.A?'The 180 gritters have GGDB Black Friday Sales been out treating the roads, it will vary between 150 and 180 and that's just our operating companies for the trunk roads.a£á?Local authorities I'm sure will be doing their work as well in addition to that but the teams working on preparedness and treating roads will continue through this weather warning until the amber passes at GGDB Black Friday Sales around 11am, but will stay fully operational until that need passes.a£á?Forecasters predict that the cold snap will continue into next week.Matthew Martin, a forecaster with MeteoGroup, said: a£á?Friday will be slightly less cold, then there will be a colder Arctic flow on Saturday bringing snow which will be generally restricted to coastal areas, and remaining very GGDB Black Friday Sales cold into early next week.a£á?Police Scotland have issued travel advice to motorists.Chief Inspector Louise Blakelock said: a£á?There is a risk of localised disruption to travel likely and we would ask motorists to take precautions before they set off.a£á?If you are travelling, you should ensure that you and your vehicle are adequately prepared for the conditions.a£á?Make sure GGDB Black Friday Sales you have sufficient fuel and supplies such as warm clothing, food and water in the event you are delayed for several hours.A?'Charge your mobile phone and plan your route, as well as alternative routes.a£á?Road policing crews will be patrolling the road network to keep people safe during this period - please follow our advice to travel GGDB Black Friday Sales with extra caution.a£á?Please email your snow or cold weather photographs to: firstname.lastname@example.orgA? Thanks to all our readers who have sent in pictures of the recent snow... here are some of the best! 'Narnia-esque': Karen Johnson took this image of the walkway to the Chesterfield Canal at New Whittington in Derbyshire Under the trees: Adam McClune took GGDB Black Friday Sales this stunning photograph of Sherwood Forest in Nottinghamshire Posed up: Darren Moston photographed this duck at the Ackers Pit nature spot in Stockton Heath, Cheshire Looking up: Jo McGrath took this image of a wonderful snowy scene in Marple Bridge, near Stockport in Greater Manchester Beginning to look a lot like Christmas... Georgie Grove said she GGDB Black Friday Sales was 'housebound' in the Ecclesall area of Sheffield in South Yorkshire Tricky day for travel: Laura Hodgson took this image of snow from the back of High Street in Tow Law, County Durham Snow in the garden: George Ritchie took this photograph of the weather conditions in Croglin, near Carlisle in Cumbria Blizzard outside: Julie Halliday GGDB Black Friday Sales sent MailOnline this photograph of snow in Bramhall, near Stockport Life on the road: Luke Jordan saw lorries and other vehicles driving in the snow in Cumbria near Shap Problems for motorists: Kristian Tate from Doncaster, South Yorkshire, said heavy snow caused her car to slide into a lamppost (above) Clearing the road: Colin Barker took GGDB Black Friday Sales this photograph today in the Gee Cross area of Hyde in Greater ManchesterA? FIVE CARS WORTH A¢G30,000 CRUSHED AFTER 50MPH WINDS BRING DOWN HUGE OAK TREE IN PUB CAR PARK Five cars worth a total of A¢G30,000 were wrecked when 50mph winds brought a huge oak tree crashing to the ground.The tree toppled over and landed GGDB Black Friday Sales on vehicles parked in the Cowherds pub car park near Southampton Common in Hampshire.Motorists returned to the spot to find their cars buried beneath a mass of branches, which smashed their windscreens and damaged roofs. Damage:A?The tree toppled over and landed on vehicles parked in the Cowherds pub car park near Southampton Common in HampshireNobody was GGDB Black Friday Sales hurt or trapped but the vehicles were severely damaged and some shocked owners were left in tears.Stephen Driver, a retired banker from Southampton, popped into the pub to enjoy a quick drink when the drama unfolded.The 55-year-old said: a£á?The barmaid said a tree in the rear car park had fallen onto parked cars.a£á?I popped outside and GGDB Black Friday Sales there were some that were hit and others were on the periphery.a£á?There was certainly four cars which were completely crushed and will definitely be written off. Crushed: Drivers returned to find their cars buried beneath a mass of branches, which smashed their windscreens and damaged roofsa£á?It was a big shock and I couldn't quite believe it. GGDB Black Friday Sales Some of the drivers were upset and in tears.a£á?Other people couldn't get out of the car park because the tree was blocking the way and it was a bit of a nightmare.a£á?It was a hefty tree - it looked around 200 years old. It was fortunate there was no-one inside the vehicles.a£á?Tree surgeons from Southampton City GGDB Black Friday Sales Council arrived to saw through the fallen trunk and branches and cut it into smaller pieces for removal.Hampshire Fire and Rescue Service was initially alerted but crews turned back after discovering no one was trapped. A? Royal Navy helicopter rescues unconscious toddler from remote farmhouse surrounded by snowThe heavy snow forced a Royal Navy helicopter to GGDB Black Friday Sales intervene when an ambulance got stuck on its way to treat an unconscious toddler.The one-year-old was taken to the Cumberland Infirmary in Carlisle from his remote farmhouse in Whisgills, near Langholm in the Scottish Borders.An ambulance had been called yesterday morning for the boy - whose home was surrounded by snow - when he fell ill, GGDB Black Friday Sales but it got stuck in snow on the way. Help: HMS Gannet SAR 177, which was used to reach an unconscious boy in a remote farmhouse in Whisgills in the Scottish BordersAn air ambulance based in Glasgow was then alerted but was unable to fly in the driving snow showers sweeping west and central Scotland. A GGDB Black Friday Sales local ambulance became stuck in the wintry road conditions en route, and Glasgow's Air Ambulance helicopter was not given permission to fly in the driving snow showers Royal Navy spokesmanA?The Royal Navy search and rescue helicopter based at HMS Gannet in Prestwick was scrambled to the scene and managed to reach the sick child and his GGDB Black Friday Sales mother and transport them to Carlisle.While the Sea King helicopter was on its way a local doctor managed to get to the farmhouse to check on the toddler who was said to be alert when he reached the hospital.A Navy spokesman said: a£á?The quick intervention of a Royal Navy search and rescue helicopter helped extract a GGDB Black Friday Sales young child who had taken ill while stranded in a snow-bound house near Langholm.a£á?The alarm was raised by the child's family earlier this morning at their remote farmhouse near Whisgills in the Scottish Borders.a£á?A local ambulance became stuck in the wintry road conditions en route, and Glasgow's Air Ambulance helicopter was not given permission to fly GGDB Black Friday Sales in the driving snow showers sweeping west and central Scotland at that time.a£á?The Sea King Mk4 helicopter was scrambled and managed to get through to recover the sick child and his mother.a£á?A local GP, who had been able to fight his way through to the house, had provided excellent primary care and on arrival at the GGDB Black Friday Sales hospital, the child's condition was said to have improved to a£á?alerta£á?.a£á? .