As the UK prepares for more snowfall there is one place in Scotland that is relishing the recent deluge of the white stuff.
At the annual Aviemore dog sled race they are revelling in the rare chance to ditch the wheels get out the sledges, as ITV News Scotland Correspondent Debi Edward reports:
A dry ski slope in Wales has been forced to close early - due to snow.
Pontypool Ski Centre has a 230-metre main slope, a beginners' area and a ski lift, but Torfaen Council chiefs announced that the facility, usually open until 9pm, was to close at 6pm.
Bosses decided that treacherous driving conditions for customers and staff as well as access for emergency services meant it would be too risky to stay open late.
The decision came as the Met Office issued a fresh snow warning for Wales.
Enterprising snowmen builders across the Midlands have decided to try and sell their finished products on online auction site Ebay.
The location of the above image is said to be Derbyshire.
Some people are also advertising "self-assembly" or "flat-pack" snowmen, or even "snowmen remains".
People in Perthshire in Scotland are waking up to more snow this morning, where it continues to fall heavily.
Blizzard conditions and drifting snow have been caused by heavy winds, with many road and bridge closures.
ITV Daybreak's Scotland Correspondent Debi Edwards reports.
In the north east of England, hundreds of schools are expected to close for a second day, and emergency services are under pressure.
Accident and Emergency consultant Pete Douglas spoke to ITV Daybreak about how staff at the North Tyneside Hospital have been coping in the snow.
He said for many of them, overnighting at the hospital has been a must.
Further outbreaks of snow are expected tonight across southern parts of England and Wales, with sleet and rain falling in coastal areas.
Scotland will receive more snow showers, with freezing fog and ice expected in other parts of the UK.
Snow caused traffic chaos in Scotland today, spreading north and is expected to continue overnight.
Many parts of Scotland are expecting 15 to 25 centimetres of snow.
ITV News' Scotland Correspondent Debi Edward reports:
Snow disruption today caused 5,000 schools to close across the UK, with over 200 flights cancelled at Heathrow.
Many schools closed due to teachers being unable to make it in.
ITV News' Midlands Correspondent Rupert Evelyn reports:
There will be further snow across the North West as the night progresses, while an Amber warning remains for Scotland.
There'll be sleet and snow showers on and off in Northern Ireland and the West as the night progresses.
Widespread ice across the whole of the UK as temperatures plunge, down to -3C and -4C in towns and cities.
Tuesday will see a very icy start. The snow will stay in the north west but fade throughout the day, while rain in the South West will turn to snow, with a few centimetres settling quite widely.
Tomorrow will also see biting easterly winds, with temperatures barely above freezing again.