Parts of the south of the country was hit by heavy snow on Friday morning.
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.
Merseyside was blanketed by snow today and there’s more on the way
Merseyside woke up to snow this morning as freezing temperatures gripped the region overnight.
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.
Cold air will return this week bringing the threat of some snow
Wirral council have explained why routes were not gritted before today’s sudden downpour of snow and hail that brought routes across Wirral to a standstill.
There were reports of major traffic problems tonight on Wirral as wintry weather grips the region.
The Met Office has indicated that Merseyside could see snow and ice this week as temperatures plummet.