Parts of the UK woke up to sub-zero temperatures on Tuesday morning, with the Met Office warning of freezing fog and tough driving conditions.
The highest air pressure for over 60 years has been recorded in the UK, according to the Met Office.
Much of the UK woke to frosty scenes on Sunday morning with the mercury dipping below zero and fog in many areas.
The chilly weekend continued on Sunday as the mercury dipped below zero and fog coated large parts of the country.
Police have urged drivers not to leave their vehicles to defrost after an unattended car was stolen in Hertfordshire.
Plunging temperatures are expected across the country this weekend with the mercury predicted to dip as low as -6C (21.2F).
The sky in an area of Arizona in the US glowed bright purple as lights from a nearby medical marijuana farm reflected snow clouds in the area.
A planned snowball fight at a Canadian university had to be postponed – because there was too much snow.
Drone footage shows vehicles negotiating the flooded B4069 road at Christian Malford in Wiltshire after the River Avon burst its banks.
Parts of the UK have been hit by flooding in the wake of Storm Brendan, with some drivers seeing their cars submerged in water.
Stormy weather conditions which disrupted flights and tore the roof from a building are due to ease temporarily – before another spell of wind and rain hits the UK.
A roof has been blown off a building in Berkshire amid strong winds which have battered parts of the UK.
Weather warnings remain in force across the country after Storm Brendan brought winds of nearly 90mph to parts of the UK.
Disruption is expected as high winds continue to batter parts of Scotland.
Dramatic footage has been posted online of huge waves being blown across Arbroath Harbour during Storm Brendan.
Storm Brendan has forced airlines to divert flights scheduled to land at Gatwick as gales of up to 80mph caused disruption around the UK.
Storm Brendan has struck parts of the UK, with gusts of up to 80mph and heavy rainfall expected to sweep across the country.
An 87mph gust of wind has hit the Western Isles where all schools are closed to pupils as Storm Brendan batters Scotland.
Severe winter weather has struck parts of Afghanistan and Pakistan, leaving at least 43 people dead.
Gusts of up to 80mph could hit parts of the UK as Storm Brendan sweeps in, prompting the Met Office to issue a weather warning.