Thundersnow has finally arrived across the country bringing travel chaos to the roads and rail.
Brits woke up to freezing temperatures after a crippling polar vortex caused the mercury to plummet.
Severe weather warnings have been issued in a number of places with the worst of the snow set to fall at around 6pm.
“No snow here yet in Doncaster”
A live snow tracker is mapping the locations where the white stuff has already started falling.
But the website shows some areas have been hit with a fresh dusting already, as the extreme weather sweeps the nation.
It sources the locations of tweets using the hashtag #uksnow to map the incoming blizzards as they happen.
Snow is falling in Scotland already, and those in the north east are also enjoying showers of the white stuff.
Twitter user Virago near the Scottish border said: “Nice big flakes, been going for a while too.”
Helen Woods wrote: “No snow here yet in Doncaster.”
But it’s not just the North expecting a battering, with London also expected to be hit with a fresh blanketing.
Weather maps show a sinister thundersnow storm over London which is set to cause rush hour misery for people in the capital.
The Met Office warned there is a “high risk” of four inches of snow falling from around midday.
Elsewhere up to eight inches is expected, sparking fresh warning of travel chaos when people try to head home from work.
Motorists faced travel misery amid the bitter temperatures this mornings after crashes on the M58, M6 and A14.
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