You have been sending us your pictures of the new snowfalls around the UK. Steve MacMillan sent us this photo from Esher.
Tim Knowles saw this sign at the St Ivo School in St Ives, Cambridgeshire.
Jennifer Munton took this picture in her back garden in Leeds. She says her daughter Harriet insisted that the snowman needed food so they decided to take it a step further.
This is Alexia, who is 11 years old, tending the family chickens in Evesham, Worcestershire. Her mum Donna took the picture.
Eoin Brennan woke up very early and took this picture near the centre of Oxford.
This was the view from a bedroom window this morning in St Edwards, Oxford. Photo: Stef Coetzee
The A14 under the snow, captured by James Bishop from near the Rothwell junction in Kettering. He lives nearby and went out to take some pictures of the view.
Simon Hume found that everything on his street in Leamington Spa was covered by a white blanket. He says there are about six inches of snow.
Carolyn Black has been living for two years in Newham on Severn, Gloucestershire, and she says this morning’s covering is one of the heaviest she has seen.
Mike Woodward says cars could not get up the hill this early morning on the A4146 in Bucks at Edlesborough.
Kathryn Hodgson took her two woolly Airedales outside to play in the snow in Shropshire. "They just adored catching snowballs and getting snow beards".
Jake Betts found the graveyard nearby covered by snow. Send your pictures to firstname.lastname@example.org. For terms and conditions see right hand side.