Thousands of children are forced to take another day off school, and more snow is forecast for the UK. Benjamin Thomas captured this scene in Rubery, Birmingham after overnight falls.
Heavy snow has fallen across large parts of the UK, disrupting travel and closing hundreds of schools.
South-east England experienced the heaviest snowfall for 18 years.
The Met Office has warned of more ice and snow in many parts of the UK.
In Kent the London-bound M20 was temporarily closed.
On Monday all London buses were withdrawn from service due "to adverse weather and dangerous driving conditions".
A sign advised passengers not to travel at Mortlake train station in London.
Many commuters took to the streets due to the public transport network coming to a virtual standstill.
The owner of this bicycle seemed to have decided to find an alternative means of transport.
On the roads, motorists were warned of dangerous driving conditions.
Snow forced the closure of both runways at Heathrow, with more than 700 of the airport's 1,300 daily flights cancelled.
Heavy snow is forecast in Grampian and the Highlands on Wednesday, with widespread icy conditions in others parts of Scotland.