Heavy snow hits parts of northern England and Scotland
Lots of heavy snowfall overnight has left large parts of central and northern England and Scotland blanketed in a white covering, and a car in a front room.
It's after heavy snowfall overnight has left many parts of central and northern England blanketed in a white covering. This woman is feeding the birds in Tarnfield Park, Yeadon, in Leeds, West Riding.
This car in Sheffield, South Yorkshire, skidded off the icy road and ended up in someone's front room! No-one was hurt but the woman who lives in the house said she thought the whole building had fallen down.
These deer are in the snow at Raby Castle, in County Durham.
These dogs are wrapped up warm for their walkies in a chilly Bradford.
And these ducks and geese, also at Raby Castle, are standing on a frozen lake.
This looks like a chilly place for a run - it's in Buxton, Derbyshire.
Many parts of Scotland are into their thirteenth day in a row with severe snow and ice warnings. This farmer is feeding his cattle near Loch Lomond.
But these sheep in Horsforth, West Yorkshire, have their hay to feed on under cover. Still looks pretty chilly though!
Here in Ashbourne in Derbyshire, these black sheep will need to reach beneath the snow to get to the grass to feed.