SNOW: Gloucestershire travel and weather updates
HEAVY snow overnight closed roads throughout Gloucestershire this morning.
Police closed the Severn Springs to Birdlip this morning, although the road is now open.
Road closures have also been taken off Crickley Hill, Leckhampton Hill and Chatcombe Pitch around 7.30am today.
More snow is being forecasted for parts of the county this morning, although the Met Office is expecting a cloudy Wednesday afternoon.
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Light snow showers are expected throughout the morning till about 3pm, before more overcast weather.
Temperatures are set to stay close to freezing, between 0C (32F) an 1C (33.8F), although it is expected to feel like -3C (26.6F).
Warnings are in place till 12noon for icy roads after heavy snowfall overnight.
At least another two inches – 4-6cm – of snow fell on hilltops in Stroud overnight.
Heavy snow hit the Forest of Dean again late last night with around three inches falling. In those more remote areas, there is now between six and eight inches of snow on the ground, with more falling this morning in the Littledean area.
Main routes through the Dean are passable with care, but the side roads are once again locked up with snow.
Many people have found themselves cut off in their homes for the sixth day in a row.
Some workers are facing their fourth day off work.
Some 700 feet above sea level on Minchinhampton Common at Amberley life was due to grind to a halt again today because of the wintry weather.
Bus passengers heading from Gloucester to Stroud said the driver carefully negotiated the steep drop down through Whiteshill, contending with some ice on the road.
Commuters heading to and from Gloucester, Stroud and Cirencester found little snow on the main routes but traffic was slow and side roads remained icy.
Many drivers left their cars at the side of salted roads to make sure they could get away in the morning rush hour.
Untreated pavements meant commuters on foot walked in the road to ensure a firm footing.Mitcheldean WI has called off its meeting tonight due to the snow, but some in the Forest of Dean managed to carry on as normal.
West Glos and Dean Forest Motorcycle Club, which celebrates its 60th anniversary this year, went ahead with its usual Monday night meeting at The Orepool Inn, Sling.
Lanes with impacted ice upon them from the previous white out were once again impassable to all but four by fours due to the thickness of the new snowfall.
Snow has not been forecasted tomorrow, with cloudy weather instead for most parts of the county.
Temperatures are expected to fall below freezing overnight, and untreated routes will lead to icy conditions for drivers.
Warnings about icy roads are in place from 3am to 12 noon tomorrow.
Get in touch with your snow stories by calling 01242 278000.