Hundreds of schools in the west of the Anglia region have closed after several centimetres of snow fell overnight.
A yellow weather warning for snow and ice remains in place for the East of England.
Hundreds of schools closed across Bedfordshire, Buckinghamshire, Hertfordshire and Milton Keynes.
Parts of Northamptonshire had 4-5cm of snow, with the south of the county receiving the most.
Police are also warning drivers to take care and drive appropriately for the conditions.
On the A421 at Great Horwood near Bletchley a jack-knifed lorry closed the road this morning.
Luton Airport also asked passengers to allow extra time to travel. They've also advised people to contact their airlines incase of any potential delays.
Some parts of the Anglia region have seen icy and snowy conditions and you can check here if any schools have been closed.Read the full story ›
After Tuesday night's snow, the Met Office is warning there is more snow on the way in the Anglia region for Thursday evening into Friday.Read the full story ›
The snow warning is for Tuesday evening and Wednesday, with a second warning issued for Thursday evening and FridayRead the full story ›
The partner of a man who died after trying to help free a car from a snow drift in Norfolk has paid tribute to himRead the full story ›
The wintry blast has continued to cause problems across the region after fresh snow fell overnight.
100 drivers were trapped on the A505 near Luton on Friday night (2nd March)
More snow meant cancelled trains and renewed safety warnings to drivers.
With temperatures rising slightly tomorrow it seems the worst of the weather is now over. But with a yellow warning for ice in the East of England in place until tomorrow morning, the danger is not yet past.
Police are also now warning motorists of the threat of waterlogged roads as the thaw begins.
Two families from Lowestoft took advantage of the unusually cold temperatures to build three snowmen on the beachRead the full story ›
Southend United have thanked fans who turned out to help save their fixture from the snowRead the full story ›
The snow angels keeping a care home running on no sleep . Three women are doing the job of 12 because snow has kept 9 other staff away.Read the full story ›
At Whittlesey near Peterborough they've been taking to the ice on their skates for an impromptu game of Ice Hockey