As the borough thaws out, travel and council services are slowly getting back to normal, but many schools remain closed.
Most buses are back running their usual routes, none in Ealing have been suspended but Transport for London are warning that some may be reduced.
On the underground the Central Line is operating a good service again but the District Line is still experiencing severe delays because of the weather and is suspended between Edgware Road and Earl's Court after a faulty train. The Piccadilly Line has minor delays.
Ealing Council is resuming rubbish and recycling collections today after suspending them yesterday. But the backlog is likely to mean they will be later than normal.
Its gritters have been working around the clock and have already spread more than 500 tonnes to treat major roads several times.
Gritting and salting is being carried out on footpaths with priority given to town centres.
Libraries are open again today and burials have been taking place at cemeteries as planned but residents with funerals booked this week are advised to check with the council first.
Visit Eaing Council's website at www.ealing.gov.uk for more information and a list of schools closed.
Transport for London's website at www.tfl.gov.uk will continue to provide travel updates.