A Yellow Severe Weather Warnings are in place for Flintshire today which features snow and ice.
Ice which has developed from overnight showers and snow melt, has left many schools struggling to treat surfaces.
While a live snow radar from Meteo Radar shows the snow is now coming in from the east, hitting parts of Scotland and the north east along with London and the South East.
Meanwhile, a hillwalker was rescued in challenging weather conditions on Saturday night after getting into difficulty on The Cobbler in Argyll.
Temperatures barely above freezing, and in the wind it will feel like it's well below freezing.
You might be out of luck, as more snow is forecast for Leeds and Yorkshire this Easter.
Today: Mostly cloudy with a 60% chance for rain/snow and a high near 44 degrees.
The current band of cold weather is set to end soon, but more snow and below-average temperatures could hit the region over the Easter break.
Alan O'Reilly from CarlowWeather.com said that this coming weekend will be colder than usual but that the freezing temperatures experienced this Bank Holiday weekend are not expected to return. However, snow showers become more isolated on Sunday.
You are entitled to take reasonable amounts of time off work if your childcare arrangements are unexpectedly disrupted - but this could take the form of unpaid leave.
'There will be some widespread frosts and temperatures could get down as low as -8C in north western parts of the United Kingdom overnight. Winds begin to turn to the south west, meaning the Siberian chill is replaced by warmer air from the Atlantic.
Further snow to come.
Raleigh and points south should not expect to see snow accumulate, WRAL meteorologist Aimee Wilmoth said.
"Weather events happen all the time like in 1947, 1963 etc". As one final disturbance moves through, at least scattered rain or an isolated storm should form across the Upstate with better coverage of showers expected in the mountains.