Published: 08:00, 30 January 2015
Kent's still seeing scattered snow showers today - with the weather warning not due to lift until later this morning.
Parts of Canterbury, Whitstable and Maidstone have seen a light flurry of snow, with a yellow warning for snow and ice issued for the county until 11am today.
The county showground in Detling was today under a thin covering of snow.
Gritters were out last night, with more lorries out today from 4am.
Yesterday, snow was reported in Charing, between Ashford and Maidstone, as well as Detling and Medway.
The snow fell for a while yesterday evening, before easing off, but most of the snow had cleared by this morning.
Meanwhile, P&O Ferries passengers were suffering delays of up to an hour due to the poor weather conditions.
A Met Office spokesman said: "One to two centimetres of snow is possible at low levels whilst locally up to 5cm could settle on high ground above 150m.
"However, this is rather uncertain and many places will see little, if any, lying snow, and ice is more likely to be a hazard."
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