UK airports are reporting normal and near-normal services today as weather conditions continue to improve following this week's heavy snow.
Rail services to Gatwick and Heathrow are also back to normal.
Snow was expected to move north yesterday, but airports in Scotland and the northeast have not been hit as hard as those in the south, with Newcastle reporting no problems and Edinburgh, Aberdeen and Glasgow operating near to full services.
The Met Office has warned that more snow may be on the way, with northern Scotland, Wales and the southwest most at risk.
Over 860 arrivals and departures were cancelled at Heathrow when snow struck the south on Sunday and Monday. Road and rail travel were also severely affected, forcing many businesses to close.
UK airports latest (updated 9.30am, February 4)
Heathrow: Near-full service expected. Heathrow Express and Heathrow Connect services are operating between the airport and London Paddington.
Gatwick: Near-full service with a small number of delays. Passengers are advised to check in as normal.
Stansted: Full service. No cancellations.
Southampton: The airport is open and passengers are advised to check in as normal.
Glasgow, Aberdeen, Edinburgh: Near-normal service, but delays and cancellations are possible.
Luton: The airport is not reporting any delays or cancellations.
Manchester, Liverpool, Newcastle: Airports operating normally.
This is a live national three-day forecast from the BBC
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