Bored with weather coverage?
Finding that conditions are, for January, really rather unremarkable? Why not email a picture of the unremarkable conditions to firstname.lastname@example.org? We'll post the best ones here. Please mark your email: "JANUARY WEATHER".
Here is TV centre, captured moments ago. As you can see, the snow is deep and crisp and deep.
Carol (Otto's mummy) sends this snowbound shot:
Isobel says: "looking snowy in Rome too (this is the view from the roof of my office)
Jason has sent a picture in which the early morning frost makes part of the grass look frosty. It's much too white and so we cannot add it here.
Jess sends this scene from Leeds:
Teresa Frost (yes really) says: "Light dusting of snow in my garden near Folkestone - seems normal enough January weather to me."
Bridget Box in Cardiff says: "Here's the dull view from my office window - the marks are not rain, it's a very dirty window"
Andrew Knight MBCS says: "Here’s a photo from the less than snow covered Lytham-St-Annes in Lancashire:
Gillian says: "How can anyone expect me to go out today with all this snow on my car and on the drive?!"
Neil is worried whether he'll make it to work tomorrow through this:
The Intermittent Horse says: "Looks like I’m stuck at the office overnight unless this lot clears away"
1445: Through the snow you can perhaps make out some detail on this snap from Jonnie which apparently shows Bournemouth Pier looking westward toward Sandbanks and Poole.
"I have just taken delivery of 400 Euro Pallets, these are used to carry sand and gravel to builders merchants outlets in Brunstrom."
Peter Coghlan sends this shot...if indeed you can make it out...of "a snow-covered Azalea under the steel-grey skies in Broadstone, Dorset"