A group of students from Wolverhampton who were stranded in extreme snow in Scotland for more than three days tell their story of survival.
Cold weather can pose a real health risk to older and disabled people, but everyone can gain from preparing their homes for the cold.
ITV News Central has been sent photos of different sculptures made with snow
King Edward VI Five Ways School in Bartley Green, Birmingham, will be closed tomorrow (Monday March 25).
The school is hoping to have grounds cleared for Tuesday.
Selly Oak Trust School in Birmingham will be closed tomorrow (Monday March 25), due to the adverse weather conditions.
Teachers are still expected to attend.
Matlock All Saints CE Infant School will be open from 10am tomorrow (Monday March 25), to allow for roads to be clears. Breakfast club has also been cancelled.
Ryanair has cancelled a number of flights at East Midlands Airport due to the snow.
Passengers stranded at the departure lounge describe the scene as 'bedlam' and 'complete chaos.'
The latest on flights at the airport can be found here.
Many services are returning back to normal today. For details of those that remain diverted go to the Nottingham City Transport website.
Delays of up to 15 minutes on CrossCountry between Birmingham New Street and Bromsgrove due to overhead line problems at Kings Norton.
Icicles are forming on overhead lines. Also affecting London Midland.
Images have been sent to ITV News Central of viewers 'chilling' out in the snow.
Despite the unseasonal bad weather, some people have treated today like a warm Spring Saturday.