Snow has blanketed parts of the South of Scotland this morning, as a yellow weather warning for rain and snow remains in place.
The pitch at Melrose Rugby Club has received more than a dusting of snow.
The Met Office has warned of the dangers of ice building up on overhead cables, which could fall onto walkers below, and cause power outages.
Youngsters have been hitting the slopes in Cumbria after the last night's snowfall.
Ryan Sessford, 9, and Matthew Varty, 10, have been sledging at Hallbankgate, near Brampton.
Last weekend Cumbria was bracing itself as storms were about to hit the county. This weekend the mountains of the Lake District are showing the first signs of winter with snow on the peaks.
The first significant snow of winter 2015 has fallen in Cumbria.
These pictures were taken in Brampton, Cumbria.
Police are warning drivers to take care on our region's roads over the weekend after the first significant snow fell over night. Snow and ice are affecting many areas, especially on higher ground but so far no serious incidents on our roads have been reported.
The weather in our region has been mixed today, and some of our viewers were treated to a snowy morning in the south of Cumbria.
Will Rodell spent a chilly night testing out his new tent in Kendal.
And Juliet Cairns, a tourist staying in Langdale, sent this photo in:
The weather continues to cause problems, with snowfall creating tough driving conditions.
This was the scene on the A66, near Threlkeld, this morning. No one was injured.
Snow is causing hazardous driving conditions on the M6 at J39 (Shap).
A reduced speed limit has been set up, with matrix signs set to 50mph.
Police are advising to drive with care as there have been several accidents on the road so far this morning, 21 February.