- The Met Office's yellow 'be aware' weather warning remains in place for east London and west Essex today.
- Conditions remain icy on the roads this morning but there are no reports of any major travel disruption.
- The Met Office says between 1cm and 3cm of snow could fall in south east England and London today, and there is a "low risk" of as much as 5cm falling.
- It said the forecast for tomorrow is uncertain, but the yellow weather warning has been extended to Tuesday as ice is likely to remain.
- Dozens of schools in Waltham Forest, Redbridge and Epping Forest are closed today because of the snow.
- The Met Office issued a more serious amber warning on Friday but downgraded it to yellow at the weekend.
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