This week we all talked about snow and there’s more on the way. The jet stream moved south two weeks ago and that’s where it’s stayed. We’re on the ‘cold side’ of the jet stream and this week it plunged down from the north dragging bitter air and snow across our shores. The most significant snow we’ve seen for two years, thought variable in coverage. Peak totals across the country were, 23cm in Tulloch bridge-Inverness-shire, 21cm Glananne-Armagh, 14cm Staffordshire, 6cm in Powys and 3cm at Manchester and Stansted airport. There was also a good covering in my hometown Northampton.
There's more snow and ice on the way this weekend, but also some beautiful winter sunshine.
Find out what the weather has in store for your area with Laura Tobin.
The impact of that wintry weather is our top story - with heavy snowfall, blizzards and freezing temperatures causing hazardous driving conditions in many parts of the country.
Gritters have been out overnight and police are warning motorists to leave extra time for their journeys. Hundreds of schools are expected to be closed. Jonathan Swain is in Cumbria.
Winds of up to 80mph and 3ft of snow have hit Massachusetts as the severe weather continues across the North-East of the United States.
On the coast a collapsed sea wall sent waves crashing over houses.
In Boston people are expected to wake up to another 8-12 inches this morning.