SNOW has fallen in parts of the UK last night as many Brits woke up to a white winter wonderland.
But can we expect the same today? Here’s the latest…
Is it going to snow today?
Snow is falling across parts of England and Wales as Yorkshire braces for yet more rain after days of flooding.
Some Brits woke this morning to find the snow – mixed with sleet and rain – had settled on high ground.
The Met Office has issued a warning suggesting there could be a danger to life in parts of the East Midlands and Yorkshire as further downpours are set dump on the already flooded region.
A yellow weather warning for rain is in place for areas around Nottingham, Sheffield, and Doncaster from 9am today, as the snow falling across the South West moves north and turns to rain.
The heaviest of the rain is expected to hit the area between 9am and 10am and continue throughout the day.
Where did it snow last night?
Dartmoor was blanketed in snow last night after temperatures plummeted across parts of Devon and South Wales.
Cops in Ystradgynlais warned people to only travel if necessary after several vehicles got stuck in the showers causing chaos on the roads.
On Wednesday night temperatures plummeted to -6.7C in Loch Glasclarnoch in Scotland.
The Prime Minister faced visited some of the worst-hit areas.
On Tuesday, he announced that relief funding would be made available for those affected by the floods and said that funding for local councils to help affected households would be made available to the tune of £500 per eligible household.