The snowfall led to traffic jams and flight delays in airports.
Dec 11, in Britain, called “black ice Monday” due to the present traffic chaos.
Drivers are warned that the movement on the roads is three times longer than usual due to bad weather conditions.
Sunday, December 10, the snow led to numerous accidents and traffic jams on one of the busiest motorways in the UK.
Forecasters predict more cold for most parts of Wales and Central England – temperatures can drop to -15°C on mon night.
It is reported that thousands of passengers spent the night at the Heathrow, Stansted, Birmingham and Luton, after dozens of flights were canceled or delayed.
An estimated 50 000 British Airways passengers spent the night in airports in the UK and 30 000 in other EU countries – 20 000 people.
In British Airways stated that the reduced schedule of flights from Heathrow, since, according to forecasts, the bad weather conditions in Britain will continue.
Passengers are advised to check the status of flights before travelling to the airport.
On transport problems, particularly in England and Wales,also said the national Railways of Britain.