Pictures from Ashley Kirk in Sandiacre, Derbyshire
Snow fell across the Midlands yesterday (Tuesday, April 6), exactly one week since parts of the region reached a record-breaking 23 degrees - a higher temperature than Egypt and Las Vegas normally reach in March.
The West Midlands woke to a frosty start, and scattered snow showers fell from noon onwards with bitterly cold winds.
In the East Midlands, a sunny and frosty Tuesday morning also developed into scattered snow and it was bitterly cold.
People shared their videos of snow on social media.
Temperatures reached highs of just 6 degrees, a marked difference from highs of 22 and 23 degrees last week.
It comes just days after a sunny Easter weekend, and a week after record-breaking temperatures.
Temperatures were expected to fall further on Tuesday night.
Tuesday night will be the coldest night of the year so far with a low of -2 degrees. Wednesday will bring sunshine and blue skies after a frosty morning.
Widespread frost over Tuesday night with a low of -2 degrees, making it the coldest night of 2021 so far. Wednesday will bring sunshine and cloud with a high of 8 degrees.