A night of snow and moon halos: your weather pictures
Even though all parts of the UK have been cold for around a week, many southern areas had yet to experience any snowfall.
Last night that changed, with an area of snow spreading across southern and eastern parts of England, giving a covering of a few centimetres in places.
While journeys to work on the roads were slower than normal, there hasn’t been any significant disruption.
A covering of snow always encourages people to reach for their cameras, so I thought I’d pull together some of your pictures from Twitter.
There was also a great example of a moon halo last night, caused by ice crystals in cirrus clouds reflecting and refracting the moonlight.
— James Bennett (@welshjab) February 3, 2015
— Corfe Castle (@CorfeCastleInfo) February 3, 2015
— NT Press Office (@NTPressOffice) February 3, 2015
— Mapantz (@LumiaBiz) February 3, 2015
— carol tyers (@cmtyers) February 3, 2015
— Matthew Todd (@b2bmobilematt) February 3, 2015
— Stuart Garswood (@garsy71) February 3, 2015
— Janice Vincett (@JaniceVincett) February 3, 2015
— Brighton Folk (@TheBrightonFolk) February 3, 2015
— Your County (@yourcounty) February 3, 2015
If you take any more weather pictures in the coming days, you can send them to me on Twitter – @liamdutton