Image copyright PA Image caption Collisions started to cause stalls on the A30 on Sunday afternoon

A new severe weather warned against ice has been issued as wintry weather prolongs around much of the UK.

All of Wales and most of England is covered by the yellow Met Office alarming , which is in place from Monday evening until Tuesday at 9:00 GMT.

Hundreds of academies closed in south-west England and Wales because of heavy snow.

Temperatures are expected to rise this week but the condition could alter colder again by the weekend, forecasters said.

Over 20 cm (8 ins) of snow has been included in central and south England as temperatures descended widely below 0C overnight with lows of -5C in Scotland.

In Wales, a total of 207 institutions were closed on Monday, with GCSE pupils at Brynmawr School in Blaenau Gwent being taught in a cinema instead .~ ATAGEND

Devon County Council answered nearly all of their 307 institutions were shut and another partly closed, while 97 institutions in Cornwall and 163 academies in Somerset were also shut.

In portraits: Snow scenes from all over UK What’s behind the UK’s freezing weather ? Weather admonishings illustrated Image caption A 64 -mile stretch of the A30 in Devon was closed but reopened on Monday morning Image caption The duo became marooned on the way to their honeymoon Media captionThe UK could see spots of ice and frost on Tuesday, BBC Weather read.

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