18 December 2010
Last updated at 12:40
Heavy snow has fallen across the UK and caused chaos across the transport network. BBC News website readers have been sending in their photos of the snow. This is the scene near Llaneilian, Amlwch, Anglesey.
Tracey Butcher had been stuck in a jam on the M6 for over an hour and a half when she took this photo.
Janine Cooper: "Unlike most cats, my cat Bo loves the snow - he likes to chase the snowflakes and catch snowballs."
Jodie Clarke's horses look less than impressed with the snow in Sedgley in the West Midlands
Daleks have attacked London again. Photo: Richard Jureidini
Lloyd Sturdy was stuck in this queue of traffic on the A3, just past Guildford.
Ian Beaumont: "Otley Hall's resident swan is trapped by ice as his wing freezes in the lake overnight. Once rescued, he enjoyed a welcome meal."
James C Andrews: "Two hungry foxes playing in the snow in north London. After eating the dog biscuits I'd left out for them, the foxes returned to playing in the snow. It's a hard life."
Jon Bell: "This is my girlfriend Miriam Phillips snowboarding down a road in Yeovil after about three inches of snow last night."
Keith Horley: "We woke up to find some funny looking extra apples in the tree this morning."
Karen Wilding: "The local kids enjoying the snow in Tarleton, Lancashire."
Phill Heeley: "Mr Muggles wearing his festive ear rings."
Nikki Collins: "We had an early morning, brisk walk along Blackhall Rocks, Northeast, to discover icicles had formed on the cliff faces."
BBC employee Colin Wright took this photo of a barely visible Television Centre during a snow flurry.
Trev Waters: "A long walk to the shops over snow covered roads at Betws near Ammanford." Send your photos to firstname.lastname@example.org. For terms and conditions go to www.bbc.co.uk/terms