The worst is yet to come for south east London and north Kent as forecasters predict another 24 hours of heavy snow.

Much of the south east woke up to a blanket of snow this morning but a new warning has been put in place for the rest of the week.

Flights are expected to be cancelled, and disruption is to continue across rail operators c2c, Southeastern, Southern, Virgin, Thameslink and Gatwick Express, South Western Railway, TfL Rail and London Overground.

Southeastern has advised passengers not to try and travel if they can avoid it as the service prepares to battle worse conditions throughout the week.

From tomorrow, forecasters predict that another weather system, Storm Emma, will bring blizzards, gales and sleet as it meets the chilly "Beast from the East" later this week.

Amber warnings covering parts England and Scotland have been issued - with parts of Kent being given a yellow warning for Friday and Saturday.

Further snow showers are expected tonight and Londoners are being warned that temperatures will struggle to get past freezing tomorrow.

The Met Office has issued its highest possible alert for Scotland - a red warning - and is predicting a lots of snow showers bitterly cold winds in the south.