"Global Warming" Buries England
Another day of travel chaos is expected today as temperatures plummet and heavy snowfalls hit northern parts of Britain, Scotland and Ireland.
The worst winter weather for 18 years has caused massive disruption to rail and air services and caused major problems on the roads.
Thousands of schools were closed and over six million workers are said to have stayed at home.
Analysts have put the cost to business at £1.2bn - but say the figure could be a lot higher.
Earlier, major airports closed runways, dozens of trains were suspended and there were no buses in London during the morning rush hour.