As the snow keeps falling the Anglia region is braced for the coldest March ever recorded.
The RSPB is urging people to help birds this winter by putting out food and fresh water.
Feeding wild birds throughout winter is vital, but one Norfolk wildlife reserve owner has gone further by hand-feeding a tiny robin.
At Aldborough in North Norfolk people woke up to a dusting of snow that had fallen over night.
We're expecting another blast of wintery weather this weekend with the return of snow and freezing temperatures. Snow has already begun to fall in parts of our region.
The AA is warning of severe conditions on the roads. It is warning drivers to be well prepared, even when heading out on a short journey.
Yesterday was the coldest March day since 1st March, 1986.
More snow is falling in many parts of the Anglia region and it's settling in some places. Up to 10 cm (4 inches) could accumulate in places. All the region's councils have gritters out as temperatures are expected to fall close to freezing.
If you want to check if schools in your area are closed because of the wintry weather you can click here to find links to all the region's councils.
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Norfolk Police have issued a warning to drivers about snow and ice on the county's roads.
Just as you thought the wintry snap was coming to an end more snow is set to hit the region. It comes as the weather has claimed another life, with the body of a man found in woods in Suffolk
A pensioner has been beaten up after confronting a gang who pelted his wife with snowballs.
Brian Cox had put up with three days of missiles being thrown at his house, but when the youths attacked his elderly wife he decided enough was enough.
The 74-year-old went out to talk to the teenagers, but instead of showing remorse, one of them attacked him.
The snow is due to make a return tonight. The Met office has issued an amber weather warning for the whole region for tonight and tomorrow with between 4 and 8 centimetres expected.
The cold snap is expected to "go out with a bang" on Friday, with the Met Office issuing amber warnings for the East of England.
Up to six inches could fall in northern England, four inches in the Midlands and up to two inches in the South.
The Met Office said it has amber warnings in place for much of Scotland, the north of England, east of England and East and West Midlands, with yellow warnings in Wales, south west England and London and the South East.