PICTURES: Heavy snow turns North Somerset white

PUBLISHED: 10:09 01 February 2019 | UPDATED: 11:06 01 February 2019

Enough snow has fallen in Yatton for early risers to create a snowman. Picture: Belinda Eggington.

Enough snow has fallen in Yatton for early risers to create a snowman. Picture: Belinda Eggington.

Belinda Eggington

Heavy snowfall has caused widespread disruption across North Somerset today (Friday) – but forgetting that for a moment, it has led to some great photographs too.

Ellie and Rubeun made a snowman in Clevedon.Ellie and Rubeun made a snowman in Clevedon.

Several readers have donned thermals and wellington boots to take some snaps of the snow in their area.

With so many schools closed today, unsurprisingly many people have been taking advantage of the conditions to make snowmen.

MORE: Flights grounded and schools closed due to snow in North Somerset.

Snow in Clevedon.Snow in Clevedon.

Conditions are not the best, so do take it easy if out and about today.

Flights from Bristol Airport have been disrupted by the snow. Picture: Bristol AirportFlights from Bristol Airport have been disrupted by the snow. Picture: Bristol Airport

The snowfall in Claverham this morning. Picture: Tom WrightThe snowfall in Claverham this morning. Picture: Tom Wright

Clevedon's snow wardens working hard to clear snow from walkways. Picture: Paul EdwardsClevedon's snow wardens working hard to clear snow from walkways. Picture: Paul Edwards

Clevedon's snow wardens working hard to clear snow from walkways. Picture: Paul EdwardsClevedon's snow wardens working hard to clear snow from walkways. Picture: Paul Edwards

Clevedon's snow wardens working hard to clear snow from walkways. Picture: Paul EdwardsClevedon's snow wardens working hard to clear snow from walkways. Picture: Paul Edwards

* Upload your snow pictures to northsomerset.iwitness24.co.uk or email them to nstimes@archant.co.uk


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