But an army of volunteers at Cavendish Close infant and junior schools in Chaddesden, tried to ensure schools would open on Monday.
set at 20C and it's getting close to that at night time.
He said: "I would have been back in Derby on Thursday night had it not been for the snow. Instead I've had to go to my family Nike Zoom Pegasus 33 Green
He said: "It's pretty unusual to have such a long cold spell so early in the season. It is the heaviest amount of snow Derby and Derbyshire has seen at this time of year since 1965.
The force said rumours had been circulating online and by text message that police would be handing out Fixed Penalty Notices.
"The way it's come this week, I think a lot of people are afraid they won't Nike Kyrie 1 Green Glow be able to get out over the next few days."
Former Apprentice candidate Howard Ebison said the weather meant he was stranded in the south and unable to get back home in Derby.
More than 250 schools closed yesterday, many for the third day in a row.
She said: "The temperature dropped so low in many parts of the county that salt and grit spread will have had limited effects. Black ice is a possibility, even on roads that have been treated."
He said: "At 7am this morning it read 11.5C on my dashboard and it was probably colder than that in the earlier hours.
home in Surrey. Even then a trip that was meant to take an hour took four hours."
A police spokeswoman said: "It is good practice to clear snow from your roof so that it does not affect the handling of your vehicle or spray other road users while you are driving, but these rumours are unfounded.
Met Office forecaster John Hammond said its Derbyshire weather stations suggested temperatures dropped to 8C, although he said temperatures can be lower in more isolated areas.
"We will not be fining motorists if they have snow on the roof of their cars."
FORECASTERS have warned it will get even colder in Derbyshire this weekend
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All community hospitals have remained open but some outpatient appointments have been cancelled.
Police have quashed rumours that officers will be fining motorists who do not clear snow from the roof of their vehicle.
And he predicted it will get even colder this weekend.
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Tim Howarth, owner of Jerry Howarth Pork Butchers in Belper, was among the motorists to record extremely low temperatures.
A spokeswoman for Derbyshire County Council said driving conditions across the county remain very difficult following low temperatures overnight.
Health clinics in Belper, Matlock and South Normanton were among those which remained closed yesterday.
"Snow at the end of November or early December doesn't happen very often."
to us and are stocking up.
"Several services operating between Derby and Crewe this morning were cancelled and we would like to apologise to customers for the inconvenience this caused."
Elsewhere, the low temperatures meant a number of East Midlands Trains were frozen to the track. A spokesman said: "Freezing temperatures of up to 10C degrees overnight resulted in a number of our trains freezing up.
Members of the public are being urged to only call 999 in absolute emergencies and to use pharmacies and walk in centres at minor injuries units instead of casualty.
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