The Bath Half Marathon has been cancelled due to the snow.
The race was due to take place on Sunday.
Runners are being offered a refund on their entry fees as organisers said there was no hope of rescheduling.
Around 15,000 runners are expected to pound the pavements for the 35th Bath Half Marathon. It is a fast and flat route, said to be suitable for all abilities and one where PBs can be achieved.
The two-lap 13.1 mile course starts and finishes in Great Pulteney Street and straddles both sides of the River Avon.
Sharon Davies will start the race at 11:00 am.
Despite the rain thousands turned out to compete in or watch the Bath Half Marathon yesterday. Laura Makin-Isherwood reports
Thousands of competitors are taking part in the Bath Half Marathon today.
Professional athletes as well as fun runners are running the 13.1 miles route which starts and finishes at Great Pulteney Street. The race is due to start at 11am.
Thousands of runners helped raise more than one and a half million pounds for charity as they took to the streets of Bath for its annual half marathon.
X-Factor host Dermot O'Leary was among the celebrities taking part, but it was the unsung heroes who stood out...
Thousands of runners braved the cold to take part in this year's Bath Half Marathon. Among the celebrities joining the line-up was X-Factor host Dermot O'Leary.
But the unsung heroes included a man from Somerset who had run two full marathons immediately before the event. Tanya Mercer reports:
Organisers of the Bath Half Marathon say this year's event raised around £1.5m for charity. 12,000 runners braved the cold yesterday to take part in the 32nd annual trot around the city's streets. The race was won by Ethiopian athlete Tewodros