Lamesley church and Angel of the North in Gateshead captured by Paul Christian.
If you're going to go sledging this winter, do take care. Elaine Cowell spotted this sledger in Cullercoats.
John Lilley from Warkworth captured this train escaping from what he calls a "tunnel of snow".
Paul Green sent us this picture of the bandstand in the grounds of Hexham Abbey.
Margaret Rogerson found these mounds of snow around Broomhope Farm, Ridsdale in Northumberland.
People often visit Cragside in Northumberland to marvel at its beautiful plants and flowers but, as this picture from Alison Pringle proves, the gardens are still striking when covered.
You have to assume Alison Pringle took this picture looking out through Cragside's orchard house door quickly before all the snow fell in.
Northumberland has been hard hit by the weather but the views in Alnwick are straight off a Christmas card, thanks to Catherine Davies.
Karen Sweeney snapped this snowy picture of Newcastle's quayside.
Elaine Cowell braved the sea breezes to take this moody shot in Whitley Bay.
The North East coast doesn't need sand and sun to be attractive.
Helen Cowans has sent another striking scene from Haugh Head in Wooler. You can send your pictures to firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com.
Some animals have had to be moved inside to keep warm but these sheep don't look bothered, do they? Picture from Sue Shaw in Wooler.
The weather can produce some amazing skies. Michael Thorpe caught this one on his way to Seaton Sluice on North Tyneside.
A frozen marina at Royal Quays in North Tyneside from Mark Patterson.
Michael Hudson from North Shields was, thankfully, not underneath these icicles when they fell off and landed in the snow. He wonders whether they look most like an antelope behind a wall or a walrus on its back.
Graham Kirby took this shot from the banks of the River Coquet looking towards Amble in Northumberland.
Kat Palmer got caught in a blizzard during a walk around Killingworth but we like the results.