Many of you woke up to wintery scenes as snow covered parts of the region overnight. Here's a compilation of some of our favourite viewer photos.
Our ITV News Central reporter Charlotte Cross posted this video of the moment her puppy saw snow for the first time. There was a lot of excitement!
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The Environment Agency says the weather has not been as bad as feared, but around 30 flood warnings remain in placeRead the full story ›
Some of us have been waking up to snow this morning. Here are a few of the pictures you have sent in.Read the full story ›
Parts of the region have had a snowy start to the day. The Met Office has issued a yellow warning for snow and ice and are warning drivers to take extra care while on the road and allow extra time for their journeys.
There are also flood warnings in place for parts of Lincolnshire and residents are being told to prepare for large waves and possible flooding.
The Ministry of Defence said about 100 soldiers from the Catterick army base have been deployed to Skegness, where about 3,000 residents have been urged to leave their homes or move upstairs.
As snow starts to fall across the Midlands, Nottinghamshire's gritting teams are preparing to head out on the county's roads tonight and into the morning.
A band of rain, sleet and snow is expected later tonight. The Met Office suggests that we will get snow and sleet around 4-6am, which is likely to cause icy conditions.
Garry Chadburn, Electrical and Environmental Maintenance Manager at Via East Midlands, said:
We will be out and about both tonight and tomorrow morning gritting main routes and secondary routes as well as salting footpaths.
"We would urge drivers to be vigilant; give themselves extra travel time, reduce their speed and keep tuned into weather updates.”Read the full story ›
ITV News Central has put together a guide on what to do in wintry weather conditions.Read the full story ›
Commuters are braced for travel disruption during the evening rush hour on Thursday with sleet and snow forecast for parts of the region.
The Met Office has issued a yellow warning for snow and say heavy rain and strong winds may prove additional hazards. As skies clear on Thursday night there is also potential for widespread ice to form quite rapidly on untreated surfaces.
Councils across the Midlands have said they are ready to deal with the weather disruption and that gritting teams will be working through the night.
"It doesn’t bear thinking about what might have happened if he’d even been going only slightly faster."Read the full story ›