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A very tall snowman
It's all about the correct tyres
Buses back to normal
Snow-mageddon is nearly over.
Reports of police at Salendine Nook
There are reports of emergency services at Salendine Nook shopping centre this afternoon.
Police and ambulances are in attendance and customers are not being allowed into the Sainsbury’s store.
Police say they have been responding to a non-suspicious medical incident inside the store.
Man runs from Leeds to Huddersfield - dressed as a turkey
While everyone else was sat on the sofa eating the dregs of the Celebrations yesterday, this guy was putting them to shame.
Tom Donegan ran more than a half marathon from Leeds to Huddersfield to raise money for a local homeless people’s charity. Oh, and he was dressed as a roast turkey, too.
Tom, from Leeds, raised more than £500 for Simon On The Streets, which helps people sleeping rough in Huddersfield, Leeds and Bradford, after his turkey dash yesterday morning. He ran a total of 23.6km finishing outside Huddersfield Train Station, and just in time for lunch, too. I’m sure he’d have burned off a decent portion of a turkey dinner with that.
Well done, Tom!
WATCH: Families go sledging up at Holme Moss
Here’s some video that’ll fully thaw your frozen cockles on a cold Friday afternoon.
Our photographer has been up to Holme Moss today to find families enjoying the snow and getting out the sledges. If this doesn’t put a smile on your face, nothing will.
Train line between West Yorkshire and London "worst-hit" by delays
Trains linking West Yorkshire and London are the worst-affected by delays in the UK, a survey has revealed.
Consumer group Which have revealed that a survey they carried out showed Virgin East Coat services between Wakefield and the capital had the highest number of long delays this year. That is, delays from 30 minutes to two hours.
Nearly 4% of their services were found to have run “significantly” late this year.
Road accident at Mount
Looks like there’s been another accident on the roads.
This is up at Mount, just before the Outlane roundabout. More to follow.
Police reveal drink drive arrest figures for December
Some non snow-related news for you...
West Yorkshire Police have revealed this afternoon that more than 200 people were arrested this month for drink and drug driving.
The Force see a spike in figures during December as more people go to parties and make the decision to get behind the wheel. Of the 130 who were charged, 22 were from Kirklees.
The peak time for arrests was between midnight and 3am, when 32% of arrests were carried out. The most people arrested in one day was 14 people on Saturday, December 9. Some 11 people were nicked on Christmas Day.
Police Sergeant Gary Roper of the Roads Policing Support Unit, said: “Throughout the duration of our campaign in December, we have seen over 200 motorists arrested, with 45 of those for drug driving offences.
“No one wants an officer on their doorstep telling them their loved one is never coming home, especially not due to a drink or drug driver.”
Met Office issues yellow warning for ice
The Met Office has issued a yellow warning for ice across West Yorkshire.
The warning applies from 3pm today until midday tomorrow.
The Met Office office has warned that the increased prevalence of ice means that delays are likely on the roads and railways.
Gritting doesn't mean it's safe to drive
Another Town snowman
Car slides off M62 at Rishworth Moor
Your 4x4 isn’t going to be much use in the snow unless it’s equipped with winter tyres.
Drive appropriately for the conditions please folks and you won’t end up like this.
Useful tip for parents...
James Flynn has been improvising after forgetting his youngest’ wellies earlier.
Fun fact: This also works with McDonalds paper bags after your feet hurt from your heels after a night on the tiles.
Audi slide and prang
Thankfully no-one was hurt in this crash at Bolster Moor. But that damage to the front nearside is going to cost a few bob to fix.
Colne Valley dinosaur isn't bothered by the snow
And we thought these extinct giant reptiles hated the cold.
Teenage boy seriously injured in collision
A boy has been injured in a road collision in Milnsbridge.
Police have shut off the top of Morley Lane following reports of the collision at about 10.15am. Police say a 14-year-old boy who was a pedestrian was hit by a Audi Quattro and has received serious leg injuries.
Officers and ambulances have been at the scene. The Audi driver also stopped. No more information on this currently but there will be an update later.
Slow heading onto the moors from Holmfirth
Reports that Greenfield Road out of Holmfirth is very slow currently.
Traffic reportedly “crawling” and buses have been turning round. Another one to avoid if possible.
Gallery of images of the snow disrupting traffic and others have fun with snowmen
Update on the buses
Blimey, it's coated the pitch down at Canalside
No doubt the players will still be out training again today despite the wintery conditions!
Photos taken by professionals and by our readers:
And it is coming down again
Snow has started in Bradley again - let us know what it is like near you
We have a winner!
Not had many snowmen sent in yet, but we already have a winner! We love this one in the office.
Snow has stopped in Bradley
Just looked out of the window and the snow has stopped coming down in Bradley
Time to get the sledges out
Here is reporter Andrew Robinson’s son Harry playing in the snow up at Honley.
Definitely not jealous in the slightest.
All quiet in the town centre
Great image of Dunford Bridge near Holmfirth by Tony Butterworth
Car struggling in the snow
This lovely picture was taken by Frank Carr in Slaithwaite this morning.
Beautiful morning for a dog walk!