The early May bank holiday will see snow and frost, with temperatures plunging close to the coldest on record – just a year on from the hottest ever recorded.
Commuters faced severe delays on Thursday morning after rail companies blamed icy conditions for cancelled services.
A severe weather warning for snow has been issued as wintry conditions continue to affect much of the UK.
Hill snow and sleet have hit parts of the country as the wintry start to spring continues.
Hail, rain and snow have struck parts of the UK as a northerly wind brought wintry conditions.
Wintry weather returned to the UK on Sunday, with gales and snow battering parts of the country.
Gales and snow caused disruption and battered parts of Britain as winds of up to 65mph swept through southern parts of England.
This time last year, Scotland was in the grip of the Beast from the East.
EVERY winter feels colder than the last, and Britain wouldn’t be Britain if we didn’t endure some snow, ice, blizzards and delays on road and rail.
A motorist has been caught driving a snow-covered car with just a small square of windscreen cleared.
COMMUTERS and motorists are facing difficult driving conditions as snow and sleet fall across parts of Scotland.