Snowy scenes were caught on camera across the country today ahead of the year’s coldest night, with temperatures plummeting to a bone-chilling -12C in parts of Scotland.
Snow was first seen in northern Scotland and the Western Isles late last week – but since then it has crept down through the likes of County Durham and Cumbria towards
The wintry scenes have delighted some Brits, while others despaired as it brought travel chaos with cancelled trains and huge traffic jams in some parts of the country.
MailOnline readers have been sharing their snaps of the snow, including one dog frolicking in Loch Lomond in Scotland, and a gritter struggling to cope in Oban.
Here, we run through a few of the best. . .
MailOnline readers have been sharing their best snaps of the wintry scenes across Britain today, with black labrador Breagh Duncan enjoying the snow in Loch Lomond, Scotland, earlier today
Temperatures could plummet to a bone-chilling -12C in some parts of Scotland – but that didn’t stop Brodie Duncan’s dog Breagh frolicking about
Nicky Baldwin captured this wonderful shot of snow topped branches above the road in High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire
Saqib Karim was greeted by a light dusting of snow outside their front door in High Wycombe, Buckingham, this afternoon
Natasha Warkcup captured the snow as it covered trees and cars in her street in High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire
Traffic was brought to a standstill on the A816 just outside Oban in western Scotland earlier today as gritters struggled to cope
London-based MailOnline readers shared snowy nighttime snaps from Seven Sisters (left) and Watford (right)
Jane Lowe was greeted by this wintry walk near her home in High Peak, Derbyshire. Met Office warnings for ice remain in place across the whole of Britain throughout today and into tomorrow
Lauren Foster was greeted with a snowy garden in Amersham, Buckinghamshire, earlier today during the Great White Out
Snow was pictured covering a trampoline in High Lane, Cheshire, by Karen Ring at around 1.30pm today
The wintry scenes have delighted some Brits, while others despaired as it brought travel chaos with cancelled trains and huge traffic jams in some parts of the country. Pictured: traffic in Oban, Scotland, earlier today