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In pictures: Snowy scenes

Snow covered tracks

BBC News website readers have been sending in their pictures of the snow falling around the UK. The snow has restricted Richard Buckby's efforts to get this section of track usable again.

Dog wearing a jumper in snow

Vicky Weston found one way of keeping her dog warm in the Forest of Dean.

Snowy tube station

Jamie Taylor made his way to work from Bedfordshire and found this scene at Wembley Park tube station.

Squirrel in snow covered garden

Diane Cullimore was surprised to see this squirrel posing for a photo in her back garden in Derbyshire.

Getting to work in Newbridge

Nicole Strickland-Grant took this photo near Newbridge at 0800 Friday morning. She says many people had trouble getting to work.

Driving through the Malden snow

Alan Pewsey got stuck in an incident in Haldon. He eventually managed to get his Mini up and over Haldon Hill.

Snow covered the road in South Wales

Mike Jones took this picture in South Wales and later had to dig someone out. He says there is little traffic because of the snow.

Snow in Exeter

Stuart Goodship says that it is still snowing in Exeter but not as bad as in previous days. He is working from home as many colleagues were unable to get into work.

Fast-falling snow

Catherine Parry had to take the day off because of fast falling snow in Wiltshire. Please send your photos to yourpics@bbc.co.uk. For terms and conditions see right hand side.



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