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Hello again.

Not sure about you, but I'm getting a bit sick of snow, ice, slush and freezing cold train platforms. Maybe it's a sign of getting old, because my children are desperate for more of the white stuff. Apparently, the snowteddy in the playground could do with a bit of a facelift?! For the grown ups though, it only makes the working week all the harder. Snow has settled in central London for the first time this winter, some roads are impassable and some rail networks are suffering severe disruption. And, with all of our airports affected, those trying to escape to warmer climes have been scuppered today too. We're taking your emails on this tonight, so get in touch with your stories of how you've spent the day battling the weather. Maybe you've glimpsed some rarely seen community spirit that's kept you moving or perhaps you've got a view on why there's more snow chaos just days after the last lot?
...the full story later.

Plus, of course, we'll bring you bang up to date with what's happening now and how the gritters are balancing trying to keep us moving with the Government's directive to conserve salt and grit rations. Our reporters and camera crews have been going against all that is sensible and battling the conditions to bring you the latest picture from right around the region.

If you are on the move this evening, Ben Scotchbrook will have the full travel picture and Chrisie will have the latest weather forecast. But, if you want my advice - lock yourselves in for the night, get a nice hot chocolate on the go (marshmallows preferable, but not essential) and let us bring you up to speed with the latest movie turned West End musical to hit the stage in the capital...

'Legally Blonde' follows the trail blazed by the likes of 'Sister Act', 'Billy Elliott' and 'Grease' and tonight it opens at the Savoy Theatre in The Strand. Sheridan Smith plays the ditsy lead role made famous by Reese Witherspoon in the film. You might know Sheridan from her telly roles in 'Benidorm' and the brilliant 'Gavin and Stacey' in which she played Smithy's' sister, Rudi - also known as...er...Smithy?! Duncan James, once of boyband, 'Blue' fame, also stars. So, 'All Rise' for Lucy Cotter who's been down to rehearsals to find out 'what's occurin'?!

See you at six

Matt and Katie.