When snow covered the ice rink in his back garden, Robert Greenfield set to work creating his masterpiece.
Footage filmed in snowy Vancouver, Canada, proves that nobody enjoys a snow day like sea otters do.
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People throughout Dundee are in line to receive cash after the recent bout of cold weather.
England has seen its coldest night of the winter so far as temperatures tumbled across the UK.
Temperatures have been falling across the country amid forecasts of what could be the coldest night in almost a decade.
The big freeze will continue to grip much of Britain, with the mercury poised to drop so low the UK could see its coldest night in almost a decade.
With the big freeze set to continue some skiers may be tempted to test out their skills in urban areas.
The big freeze continues in Britain as temperatures dipped as low as minus 8.3C (17F) in Shap, Cumbria, on Friday night into Saturday morning. The Met Office has warned many areas on Saturday and Sunday could experience sub-zero temperatures reaching double-digits.
Motorists were stranded for a second night as heavy snow blanketed roads and the wintry weather brought traffic to a standstill.
The big freeze will continue over the weekend, with the Met Office warning of the coldest night of the winter as snow caused further transport disruption.
Hazardous ice and further snow flurries are forecast as freezing weather keeps a firm grip on Britain.
Olly Murs has braved the cold weather to frolic in the snow in his underwear.
Thousands of children were thrilled to have a snow day off from school, but the closures were not greeted with joy by some parents.
Drivers were stranded for 12 and a half hours, a bus carrying 26 school children was rescued and hundreds of cars were abandoned on Thursday night as heavy snow hit Cornwall.
The Met Office has issued a new snow warnign for large parts of Tayside and Fife.
Welsh rugby fans and pundits trying to get to Paris for the opener of the Six Nations faced being stranded after flight cancellations due to snow.
Ice and snow disrupted travellers and closed schools on Friday morning as the UK struggled through the coldest night for seven years.
Snowfall and icy conditions are expected to cause widespread travel disruption on Friday morning after temperatures plummeted as low as minus 15.4C (4.3F) overnight.
More than 100 people sought refuge at a pub high on Bodmin Moor overnight after heavy snowfall hit the A30, leading many stranded motorists to abandon their cars.
Experts have given tips on how motorists can stay safe if they are caught up in the snow.