BLIZZARDS will batter more of Britain today as the ice blast continues.
Snow warnings remain in place as temperatures plunge to -6C and the frosty weather sweeps across the UK.
Temperatures plunged as low as -6C overnight in southern England and struggled to go above -1C elsewhere.
Northern Scotland woke up to a blanket of snow – and forecasters warn there is even more to come.
Yellow weather warnings cover the area, with up to 3cm of snow predicted to fall, which could cause chaos on the roads.
And the mercury will hover near freezing for many areas of the UK with chilly winds and rain.
There will be outbreaks across Northern Ireland and western Wales, with temperatures largely below 5C.
But southern England will see a mostly dry day, with temperatures set reach highs of 8C.
The frosty weather will continue into tomorrow, according to BBC Weather.
And the Met Office has warned temperatures will “stay on the cold side for the next few days” as the “Artic air stays with us”.