Snow Disrupts Road, Air Travel in England and Northern Wales

Snow piled on parked cars is seen as the snow falls in London, Sunday.

Snow is causing travel disruptions across central England and northern Wales, grounding flights, shutting down roads and causing traffic accidents.

Birmingham and London Stansted Airports suspended flights as runways were cleared. The airports both advised passengers to contact their airlines to check their flight status.

“Please be advised that flight delays and cancellations are expected due to the adverse weather conditions,” Stansted warned.

The M1 motorway — the main highway between London and northeast England — was partially closed in Leicestershire.

Police in Wales warned against all but the most essential travel amid persistent snowfall that is forecast to last throughout the day.

The Met Office warned of wind and rain for London and southern England, with gusts of up to 70 mph predicted. Parts of the British capital were coated with snow Sunday morning.

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