Merseyside was battered by strong winds and hail throughout Sunday and forecasters have warned Merseyside to expect more severe weather.
This is the moment a large tree fell in a Wirral garden as strong winds battered the area.
Thursday morning ice caused some schools across the region to shut and Central Park lake in Wallasey completely froze over after the coldest night of winter so far.
The region is now on four days of severe weather warnings for snow and ice.
The Met Office has warned Merseyside to expect snow and ice this week.
Milder temperatures will arrive in time for the weekend on Merseyside which will see an end to the freezing temperatures.
More ICE on the way could lead to more travel problems.
This mornings ICY conditions lead to lots of incidents across Merseyside as the region woke up to freezing weather.
The Met Office has indicated that Merseyside could see snow and ice this week as temperatures plummet.
Temperatures will drop to freezing overnight which will lead to ICE in some areas as Arctic air sweeps the country.