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Snow grips Bucks this evening
LATEST at 11.07pm: Live traffic reports say as many as 100 cars have reportedly been abandoned on M40.
Hazardous driving conditions and stationary traffic due to snow on M40 both ways between J4 High Wycombe Handy Cross Roundabout and J6 B4009 Watlington.
LATEST at 10.50pm: Unconfirmed reports on M40 southbound from Oxford to Stokenchurch of drivers losing grip on road, wheel spinning and highways officials having to help motorists.
LATEST at 10.17pm: Transport for Bucks says gritting routes completed earlier in south and north but resuming again this hour.
SNOW has begun falling this evening around Buckinghamshire, with as much as five inches predicted to have fallen and settled by tomorrow morning.
Reports of snow fall have come in Stokenchurch, High Wycombe, Lane End, Marlow, Cressex, Chalfont St Peter amongst other places.
The first signs of the white stuff were reported around 5pm.
The Highways Agency, which is responsible for the M40, has issued an amber alert, telling drivers to take extra care when travelling due to the increased risk of adverse driving conditions.
See related articles below for more details on Hazlemere weatherman Jim Dale's forecast, the latest travel news and legal advice on clearing pathways of ice and snow.
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