22 January 2013
Last updated at 09:56
Snow fell across the East Midlands during the weekend and into Monday and Tuesday. Many people have been sending in their pictures. John spotted this famous film character near Narborough Road, in Leicester.
Mick Meacham, from Gedling, sent this picture of the igloo he built at Lambley Park.
Keelie Cook, from Sutterton, took this picture from her grandmother's house near Fosdyke.
Scott Raynor took this beautiful wintry scene at Shining Cliff Wood, in Ambergate, Derbyshire.
Helen Beynon made a snow dog at her home in Wigston, Leicestershire.
Alison Mayes' cat decides it is too cold to venture outside her home in Houghton on the Hill, Leicestershire.
Joe ice-skated on a flooded frozen field behind his house in Ruddington, Nottinghamshire.
A chaffinch was captured by Rachel Westbury in a frosty tree in Wragby, near Lincoln.
A beautiful shot of Ashbourne, Derbyshire, taken by Jake Hulme.
People in villages in Rutland have been struggling to get off their roads and into work.
Other people have been using the snow to show off their creative talents. Dawn Connolly made this snow angel in Gedling, Nottingham.
Graham Robinson took this picture of Stenson Lock near Derby.
All is calm and tranquil at the Holy Trinity Church, in Bulcote, Nottinghamshire.
BBC Radio Lincolnshire reporter Scott Dalton took this picture postcard scene in Boston.
The snow has meant many schools across the East Midlands have closed for the day. These boys made a snowman in Arnold, Nottinghamshire.
Tim Noble spotted this polar bear on the loose in West Hallam, Derbyshire. Please send your pictures to NOLeastmidlands@bbc.co.uk