Live updates on the snow as Reading and Berkshire wake up to winter weather on the day the Covid lockdown was relaxed

Berkshire has been hit by snow as thousands of shops, pubs and restaurants seek to reopen after the coronavirus lockdown.

People from across the county, including Reading, Woodley and Bracknell, woke up to find the roads and gardens covered on the morning of Monday April 12.

Snow may disrupt the country’s roads this morning.

It is also likely to cause great consternation among pub owners who have worked hard to welcome punters back to their gardens today.

Current weather forecasts predict that snow will continue to fall until around 9 a.m.

It will then stop and a little sun is expected around 5 p.m.

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