An Amber warning for heavy snow in the Scottish Borders remains in place until 6pm.
Then a yellow 'be aware' warning is in place until midnight.
Through Wednesday and Thursday the weather is forecast to remain cold with a few snow showers expected to continue to affect more eastern areas of the Borders.
There are warnings of significant snow with strong winds expected on Friday.
Graham Sowerby took these snowy pictures of Sedbergh, in Cumbria, from his Phantom Quadcopter this morning.
Heavy snowfall and ice is causing disruption across the region_. _
There have been 15 accidents in Cumbria this morning and several roads closed in Cumbria and southern Scotland due to treacherous driving conditions.
Latest school closures
Heavy snowfall in Dumfries and Galloway has caused many schools to close.
Below is a list of the latest school closures:
- Sanquhar Primary
- Sanquhar Academy
- Kirkcowan Primary
- Kelloholm Primary
- Cargenbridge School
- Ae Primary
- Penninghame Primary
- Carrutherstown Primary
- Canonbie Primary
- Beattock Primary
- Hecklegirth Primary
- Hottsbridge Primary
- Gelston Primary
- Tundersgarth Primary
- St. Mungo Primary
- St. Columba's RC Primary
- Eaglesfield Primary
- Mouswald Primary
- Moffat Academy
- Moffat Primary
- Hoddom Primary
- Applegarth Primary
- Collin Primary
- Kirkpatrick Fleming Primary
The Met Office has issued a weather warning for snow which will affect Northern England on Sunday 10th February.
The warning is in place from 6am tomorrow unti 3am on Monday 11th February.
The A5086 Frizington Road in Cumbria is causing problems between Church Street and Arlecdon Road, due to snow and ice.
Cars are getting stuck and police are advising motorists to find alternative routes.
Snow causes disruption in Borders
School transport has been cancelled for all pupils in the Scottish Borders, as a result of heavy snow.
Only pupils that can safely walk to school should be attending.
Parents and pupils are being urged to consider the amber warning in place for later today, as road conditions are expected to worsen.
A number of schools and nursery schools are fully or partly closed in the Borders, as a result of the conditions.
A full list of school closures is available at the Scottish Borders Council website.
A man and his daughter have both suffered broken legs in a sledging accident in the Scottish Borders.
The pair lost control of their sledge whilst going down a hill and collided with a bench in Selkirk at around 2pm on Saturday. Both were taken to Borders General Hospital where they are recovering.
Northumbria Police are reporting that the A68 between Corbridge and the Scottish border is being affected by snow and ice and is described as passable only with care.