Motorists are facing difficult driving conditions as snow and sleet fall in parts of the country.
Motorists have been urged to take extra care as much of Scotland braces for further snow and ice.
Motorists, cyclists and pedestrians have been urged to remain cautious after the cold snap brought ice to many parts of the country.
Temperatures plunged as low as minus 8.5C (16.7F) overnight as the cold snap brought wintry and potentially-hazardous conditions to many parts of the country.
Snow and ice have caused rail delays and school closures and forecasters have warned of even colder weather ahead overnight across the UK.
Snow fell across parts of the country and temperatures struggled to get much above freezing as a band of wintry weather hit the UK on Tuesday.
Weather warnings for snow and ice have been issued for parts of the UK, with 10cm of snow forecast in some areas.
Disruptive snow and plunging temperatures may hit the UK next week, forecasters have said.
Snow flurries are forecast to hit parts of the UK after Britons shivered through the coldest night of the winter so far.
Thursday night was the coldest of the winter so far as temperatures plunged to as low as -10.7C (12.7F).
The UK will wake up to sub-zero temperatures as wintry conditions grip the country.