What exactly is the problem there. Why can't people drive in that?
I was out driving last night on the way home about 7pm. It was chaotic on the roads, no-one seemed confident of driving on main roads with snow on them. I think it was the soft, powdery snow blowing off the fields onto the roads that caused more than a few people to pull over and sit with hazard lights on. The conditions were perfectly drivable with a little bit of care. The A14 near Ipswich had a fair dusting of snow that meant just driving a bit more slowly and giving bigger gaps when speeds got up over 30mph but the driving astounded me, there were three types of driver, type one seemed to understand the conditions (probably about 70% of the drivers), type two had no clue of how to drive and didn't go above 10mph (20% of drivers), type three thought it was midsummer's day and wanted to drive at 80-100mph (10% ish, typically driving BMWs or modified teeny-poser cars).
I saw one of the last types in a new 3 series BMW skid a bit, almost go into the central reservation then continue as if nothing had happened at the same speed as before. This must have been at well over 80mph, maybe higher, as I was doing 55 ish and he went past me at a good speed.