The army has been called in to help rescue hundreds of drivers stuck in snow, as freezing conditions continue across much of the UK.

Two major incidents have been declared by police in Hampshire and Avon and Somerset, as blizzards brought many roads to a standstill.Amber and yellow warnings for snow, ice and wind still cover most of the UK. Many face a fourth day of disruption, as trains and flights are cancelled and thousands of schools are shut.

There are 10 severe weather warnings in place for the UK. The final warning is in force until 23:55 GMT on Monday.Police forces across the UK have told people to only travel if necessary. Heavy snow and strong winds caused delays and cancellations at Dublin airport on Thursday.

Videos posted to social media by Dublin airport show planes taxiing on a snowy grounds and strong winds blowing over the airport’s runway.

The snow storm from Siberia blasted through Britain and Ireland with the worst weather since 1991.

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