Parts of the country will be waking up to snow this morning, prompting fears of ice and disruption during rush hour.
There has been quite a lot of snow overnight, the worst affected areas are northern England down through to the Midlands and towards the south-east, and of course Scotland.
Everywhere will see a covering, with most places seeing between one and two inches, but it won't be surprise if some areas get more than four inches.
There are reports of nearly four and a half inches in High Wycombe, and even up to an inch in London.
The snow will linger in the early morning before slowly easing and being replaced by rain in many places.
The snow will thaw quickly so shouldn't cause much disruption.
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