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Middlesbrough FC's training pitches at Rockliffe Hall in Darlington covered in snow.
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One of our camera crews sent back these shots of the A171 Whitby Road amid warnings from police to take extra caution when driving across the region.
We have seen a burst of winter in the Border region today. Snow has settled over higher ground.
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Durham Council says it has 42,000 tonnes of salt stockpiled for the winter.
On a severe day the council would need 1,000 tonnes to keep the roads open.
But it says it is constantly topping up its stockpile, so the county could go for weeks with all roads open.
A farmer from Galloway was shocked to find that one of his sheep was still alive after being buried under snow for 11 days.
Stuart Mactier from Mochrum, near Newton Stewart, managed to dig the ewe out from a deep snow drift.
A couple of days later and the sheep is up and walking about, and enjoying eating again- after being starved for so long.