Have you been out and about in the snow since we broke up from school?
If so, send me your pics – I want to create a big collage at school in the new year.
My email address is on the left hand side of the page
Meanwhile, hundreds of people are stuck at Heathrow airport as flights have been cancelled as many people face up to the fact that they may not be able to get away this christmas.
Southern England and south Wales have been most heavily hit, with 5-10cm of snow falling today.
The Wales Ambulance Service has warned of potential “long delays” in responding to 999 calls.
There were also warnings of more heavy snow for much of Scotland and north-east England, with up to 10cm of snow expected in northern Scotland.
The snow over the weekend continues to cause problems. Temperatures struggled to get above -5C (23F) overnight with lows of -19C (-2F) in parts of Worcestershire and Shropshire.
Meanwhile in Wiltshire, temperatures fell to -8C in Trowbridge and -10C in Westbury overnight Saturday.
Rail travel and flights have been heavily disrupted, whilst many side roads remain hazardous.
For more details about the impacts around the country click here
Many people are wondering why it is so cold. Click here for an explanation from a BBC weather forecaster – it’s all about the jet stream!