UPDATES: Severe weather warnings for London and the south east across the weekend as snow hits.
9:05am Saturday 18th December 2010 in Where I Live
Snow is causing disruption across London and the south east as shoppers attempt to complete their Christmas buying.
Trains known to be struggling include:
Richmond to Stratford - suspended
Clapham Junction to Willesden - severe delays
Dalston Junction to West Croydon - severe delays
Hounslow and Witton - no service
Motspur Park and Chessington South - no service
Teddington and Shepperton - no service
Southeastern suspended between:
Nunhead and Lewisham
Blackheath and Charlton
Grove Park and Bromley North
An amended timetable is operating on all other routes.
Around three to four inches of snow has already fallen today, with forecasters warning of showers across the weekend.
Gritters have been out in force as roads and pavements become hazardous due to freezing snow.
And rail operators are running reduced timetables on many routes, including Southern Railways.
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London and the south east is bracing itself for fresh snowfall today.
As shoppers prepare for the busiest weekend of the year, forecasters are predicting snow from around 9am in places.
The Met Office has issued severe weather warnings across London and the south east, with "significant accumulations" of snow predicted.
Temperatures are expected to struggle to break freezing.
A Met Office forecaster said of Saturday: "It will become cloudy with outbreaks of snow, becoming heavy at times, spreading in during the morning from the west to affect most places and lasting into the evening."
He said more snow was also expected on Sunday.
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