Parts of Britain face freezing temperatures in the run up to Easter weekend.
Forecasters said that while no more snowfall is expected, it would be bitterly cold in East Anglia, the Midlands, southern England and Wales, where temperatures will drop to -3C and -4C by Friday night.
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