West London council staff are out shovelling snow tonight as the capital gears up for another day of school closures and travel chaos tomorrow.
Staff at Hammersmith and Fulham Council who usually spend their days issuing parking tickets or collecting rubbish are clearing snow from roads, paths and around hospitals (pcitured) while gritters roam the roads. All schools and libraries are closed tomorrow.
Elderly people who usually have meals on wheels were brought takeaways and fish and chips today by social services as delivery vans failed to negotiate the narrower roads.
Transport for London services are expected to be a little better tomorrow. A spokesman said some bus services had now resumed and transport chiefs were working with bus companies to get as many routes running as possible after today's complete meltdown that left thousands stranded on their way to work.
Most tube lines are operating, although many have part-suspensions - see www.tfl.gov.uk for details.
Westminster Council has eight gritters out again tonight. All schools are expected to be closed tomorrow. A spokeswoman said: "Unless the weather improves we are advising parents to keep their children at home."
All schools in Kensington and Chelsea will probably remain closed tomorrow. Parents are advised to call the schools in the morning or check the website, http://www.rbkc.gov.uk/
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