Snow-way I’m going out there! Cute bunny shelters from cold in adorable photo – as MailOnline readers share their Whiteout Wednesday snaps
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It’s been the first significant snowfall of winter for many parts of Britain.
And MailOnline readers were out in force today taking pictures of the wintry scenes across the country as many parts faced dangerous travel conditions.
Others took pictures of their pets investigating the snow as the country braced for further snowfall over the next two days amid possible -11C (12F) temperatures.
Snowfall brought Manchester and Liverpool airports to a standstill this morning as many schools in the cities closed their doors owing to the harsh conditions.
Gritters worked to clear roads across the North West as commuters were warned over tricky conditions and long delays by Highways England.
The disruption is set to deepen with a weather system arriving from the south west and pushing north tomorrow. The next warnings are in place from 3pm.
Rufus the rabbit hides from the snow in Matlock, Derbyshire, in this photo from Karen Fry
Islay Stoutjesdyk’s dog Daisy enjoys the sprinkling of snow this morning in Lynsted, Kent
Lucy Hall was stuck on a plane at Manchester Airport for four hours. She captioned this photo by saying: ‘A man with a brush commences the sophisticated de-icing process’
Snow in Lower Kingswood, Surrey, today as Britain wakes up to a blanket of the white stuff
MailOnline reader Damian Rooney took this photo of snow on the ground in Winsford, Cheshire
Justin Daniel said it had taken him 45 minutes to travel a mile as he drove from Manchester to Hackney, East London
Toni Hutchinson took this photo of snow in the Norden area of Rochdale, Greater Manchester
Snow early this morning in Blandford Forum, Dorset, was photographed by Paula Harding
One reader photographed snow in the village of High Lane in Stockport, Greater Manchester
Nick Jager took a picture of snow today outside the Travelodge hotel in Norwich, Norfolk
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