Gritters tackle the snow across North Lincolnshire (updated: 3pm)
North Lincolnshire Council gritters are keeping the roads safe, by constantly keeping on top of the snow today (Saturday, January 26).
Teams have been out constantly since the snow started last night (Friday, January 25).
Councillor Nigel Sherwood, cabinet member for highways and neighbourhoods, said: "They have been out all the time and they have been trying to keep things moving.
"The full team has been out gritting the roads as best they can.
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One of the problems at the moment is the lack of traffic, which is needed to move the snow on.
"Gritters have been out all the time and they will keep going out."
Meanwhile, all games today in the TSW Scunthorpe and District Football League have been cancelled due to snow.
1pm: Humberside Police say traffic lights are out of action on the junction of Oswald Road and Mary Street in Scunthorpe.
Highways are currently in attendance.
3pm: North Lincolnshire Council gritters are now out salting precautionary routes.