The first significant snow of the winter has fallen in some parts of the Anglia region and further wintry showers are forecast for Wednesday.
These are the scenes captured on some of the region's webcams.
There has been a wintry start to the morning thanks to a band of rain and snow spreading across the region from the north. It will slowly brighten up, although further wintry showers are likely by lunchtime.
There will be sunshine and scattered wintry showers this afternoon. It should feel cold in the northerly wind, with highs of just five Celsius (41 Fahrenheit).
The region's getting ready to cope with the first blast of winter with freezing temperatures and wintry showers forecast for the next few days.
Drivers are being urged to take care on the roads, while Age Concern is appealing to people to keep an eye on elderly neighbours.
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The region's getting ready to cope with the first blast of winter with freezing temperatures and wintry showers forecast for the next few days. Drivers are being warned to take care.
The Government says it's getting ready to issue cold weather payments for those in most need. The one off sums of £25 cover weeks when the average temperature is below freezing 7 days in a row. They'll go to some pensioners, disabled people and families on benefits with children under 5.
Early morning temperatures dipped at low as almost -4C in the Anglia region and it's set to be a chilly weekend. Even daytime temperature aren't expected to rise much above 5C on Saturday and Sunday. The average maximum for early December is 8C
The region's lowest temperature in the early hours of Friday was -3.8C at Woburn in Bedfordshire.
Other minimum temperatures:
-3.4C in Wittering, Cambridgeshire
-2.7C in Santon Downham, Suffolk
-2.4C in Writtle, Essex
-1.9C in Cambridge
+3.8C in Cromer, Norfolk
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