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.
The worst of the snow may be over, but there was still enough left for Chetna and Neil from Lowestoft to make themselves this little car!
A week on and the snow is still causing problems around our region as we adapt to life in sub zero temperatures
But not everyone is finding it a chore. In fact for some business, the bad weather is a welcome boost.
Hertfordshire Police are concerned for the safety of drivers after two incidents when it's believed snow or ice were thrown off the Norton Road bridge onto the A1M near Baldock.
The first incident happened at around 9pm on Sunday. A driver travelling northbound in a white Mercedes van, reported that snow or ice hit his windscreen, causing it to crack.
The second incident happened 40 minutes later. This time the driver, who was travelling in a in a blue Isuzu car, reported seeing three or four people drop a large snowball, causing three cracks on the passenger side of his windscreen.
North Herts Safer Neighbourhoods Inspector Danny Lawrence said:
– Danny Lawrence, Hertfordshire Police
“The danger of targeting vehicles in this manner is totally obvious. The offenders put these drivers at serious risk and could have caused someone to lose their life or even caused multiple fatalities."
“We will be stepping up patrols in the area and will be working hard to trace the suspects whose behaviour could be described at best as utterly reckless and without any regard for the safety of innocent members of the public.”
It was a cold night for many in the Anglia region. It was -10 at Stansted Airport and -9 at RAF Mildenhall in Suffolk. A further 2 centimetres of snow is due in our region today, and the AA is expecting one of its busiest days for call outs.
Click here for more of the region's low temperatures.
There were nearly 2,000 schools closed in the Anglia region on Monday but most are expected to open on Tuesday. Some schools in Norfolk have been closed for four days.
Click here for the links to council school closure websites.