In Britain (Storm Larisa) the life system has been disrupted by the snow storm, after the storm, more snow is predicted in the south-western regions.
According to reports from the British media, the electricity breakdown that cut off thousands of houses during the snowfall in Storm Larissa in Yorkshire (Yorkshire) has been restored after several hours.
A yellow warning remains in place for all areas except southern England.
Britain’s Met Office said overnight temperatures could drop to minus 13 degrees in some rural areas of Scotland, England and Wales, while the department issued a warning saying the weather conditions would intensify.
Schools have been closed due to snow in Sheffield, where yesterday, Friday March 10, saw the heaviest March since 1970.
Sheffield also received a record 30cm of snow yesterday. According to the Met Office, rain and snow are expected throughout the day today in Northern England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland.
On the other hand, heavy snow in Wales and north-west England caused traffic jams for several hours, with more than 200 schools closed in Wales and more than 100 in Northern Ireland. People are facing difficulties due to snow in different parts of UK, while the flight system at the airport has been severely affected.
Up to forty centimeters of snow is expected in central and northern England.