Parts of Wales and England look set to get more snow on Wednesday, bringing a second day of problems caused by the wintry weather.
Serious weather warnings for icy roads have also been put out for Scotland and parts of north-east England.
Around 20cm of the white stuff fell in central Wales on Tuesday, with more snow expected on Wednesday.
Some ferry services between Wales and Ireland have been cancelled for Wednesday because of the bad weather.
Weather experts predict it will get colder as we get closer to New Year's Eve.
A family walk a dog in the snow near Huddersfield
People celebrating Hogmanay in Edinburgh can expect temperatures to drop to -2C, while those celebrating in Glasgow will have to cope with -3C.
Elsewhere at new year, Manchester and Newcastle will be cold at -2C, while the temperature in Birmingham and Cardiff is predicted to be -1C.
And on New Years Day it's expected to be cold across the UK.