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The cold snap nicknamed the 'Mini Beast from the Beast' has entered it's second day, as both amber and yellow warnings from the Met Office are in place.

West London woke up to flurries and dustings of snow on Saturday (March 17) with flights cancelled and disruptions on the roads.

But after another coating of the white stuff across more parts of the UK, even more disruptions are expected on Sunday (March 18), with more than 100 flights to and from Heathrow Airport cancelled.

We'll be bringing you the latest weather news in our live blog updates below.

Stay tuned for more about when and where snowfall is expected where you live, and how it will affect you.

Neasden Temple in the snow

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Your wonderful snow pictures from west London

Daffodils receive a frosty coating in Greenford
Daffodils receive a frosty coating in Greenford (Image: Lesley Barnes)
Northala Fields in Northolt looking pretty under a covering of snow
Northala Fields in Northolt looking pretty under a covering of snow (Image: Jackie Syrett)
Cars covered in snow in Lewin Terrace, Feltham
Cars covered in snow in Lewin Terrace, Feltham (Image: Paul Shrubb)
Spring blooms and snow flurries in Hanger Green, Ealing
Spring blooms and snow flurries in Hanger Green, Ealing (Image: Andrew Wood)

To those who are working away outside despite the snow - we salute you!

Heathrow Airport explains the decision to cancel flights

A Heathrow spokesperson said:

“Our teams have been working throughout the night and as a result Heathrow’s runways remain open and fully operational.

“We’ve worked with our airlines to consolidate today’s flight schedule, moving passengers on to fewer flights.

“This decision enables us to provide more certainty to passengers around departing flights, whilst ensuring safety and service standards.

“As always, we advise passengers to take care when travelling to the airport and ensure they check their flight status with their airline before coming to Heathrow.”

Flight cancellations vary from airline to airline based on the location of their aircraft/crews and their ability to de-ice their aircraft.

Brrrr!

The snow flurries are moving eastwards, but it’s still bitterly cold in London.

'Mini Beast' enters second day with more than 100 flight cancellations

The number of planes cancelled has doubled on the second day of the ‘Mini Beast from the East’ - Sunday March 17.

Read the full story here.

Paddington trains to Heathrow Airport cancelled due to 'severe weather'

Wrap up warm tonight as temperatures are set to plummet

'Fed up customers' as British Airways journeys from Heathrow Airport delayed

One passenger’s 7.40am flight was cancelled from Heathrow Airport due to the “adverse weather” conditions.

She wrote on Twitter:

“London Heathrow flight cancelled by British Airways as told to cancel 10% due to potential snow.

“No snow yet just empty planes and fed up customers.

“But the plane de-icing machine was fun!”

In pictures: Londoners brace the 'adverse weather'

People take shelter as snow falls in Kensington Gardens, Hyde Park
People take shelter as snow falls in Kensington Gardens, Hyde Park (Image: Chris J Ratcliffe/Getty Images)
A woman walks through Kensington Gardens as snow falls during a weather front that has been dubbed the mini beast from the east
A woman walks through Kensington Gardens as snow falls during a weather front that has been dubbed the mini beast from the east (Image: Chris J Ratcliffe/Getty Images)
Brrrrr! A chilly Paddy's Day (Saturday March 17)
Brrrrr! A chilly Paddy's Day (Saturday March 17) (Image: Chris J Ratcliffe/Getty Images)
Runners braved the weather in central London
Runners braved the weather in central London (Image: Chris J Ratcliffe/Getty Images)
Snow falls around an Egyptian goose in Kensington Gardens, Hyde Park
Snow falls around an Egyptian goose in Kensington Gardens, Hyde Park (Image: Chris J Ratcliffe/Getty Images)

Latest 'snowdar' image

The Met Office reveal where the snow is falling right now.

Safety advice if you're thinking of driving in today's snow

Gritters are out in Kensington and Chelsea

A Kensington and Chelsea Council spokesman tweeted:

“We have our gritting fleet on standby once again, at least four crews are expected to work through the night and into Sunday morning.”

Gritters were on standby in the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea on Saturday (March 17)
Gritters were on standby in the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea on Saturday (March 17) (Image: @RBKC)

Dozens of flights to and from Heathrow Airport cancelled

More than 70 flights to or from Heathrow Airport have been cancelled as a result of the snowy weather.

Many short haul flights are affected, as well as British Airways services to New York and Chicago.

A Heathrow spokesperson told Mirror Online:

“While this weekend’s weather may result in minor delays and some airlines consolidating flights, significant disruption at Heathrow is not currently expected.

“We are working closely with our on-site Met Office to monitor the further snowfall expected throughout the weekend. As always, we advise passengers to check their flight status with their airline before coming to the airport.”

Heathrow Connect services CANCELLED

Snow likely as Twickenham hosts Paddy's Day Six Nations game

Snow is expected to fall while Ireland take on England at Twickenham Stadium today.

A general view of Twickenham Stadium as snow falls before the NatWest 6 Nations match between England and Ireland
A general view of Twickenham Stadium as snow falls before the NatWest 6 Nations match between England and Ireland (Image: PA)

Southern Rail warn passengers to plan ahead

Harrow is looking pretty this morning

Harrow-on-the-Hill under a dusting of snow on St Patrick's Day (Saturday March 17)
Harrow-on-the-Hill under a dusting of snow on St Patrick's Day (Saturday March 17) (Image: Kat Clementine/Get West London)