More snow and biting winds will again hit parts of Scotland and northern England, continuing a bleak week for Britain.
Scotland and north-east England will see scattered snow storms throughout the day add a further 5cm of the white stuff on higher ground and up to 2cm on lower ground.
Coastal areas across England, Wales and Scotland will feel the worst of bitterly cold winds of up to 50mph, which will force temperatures down by around eight degrees.
Matt Dobson, a forecaster for MeteoGroup, said: "The worst of the snow storms will hit the north-east of England from Northumberland down to Norfolk, and will be heavier over higher ground in places like the North Yorkshire Moors and Lincolnshire Wolds.
"While temperatures will be around two to five degrees in the north and around four to seven degrees in the south, they will actually feel up to eight degrees colder because of the winds.