With thanks to the intense blizzards and increased windchill for those in the North-east of England and parts of Scotland, there will be severe disruption and a Red warning for central Scotland has been issued.
The drop in temperatures means the existing snow will turn to slush, causing travel disruptions on the dangerously slippy roads.
With high pressure cold winds hitting the East of the country combined the low pressure from the Western side of Europe will provide for more snow, blizzards and icy surfaces.
The Red Warning remains in Scotland as it prepares for persistent snow and blizzards with temperatures reaching -11 in Aberdeen and -8 in Edinburgh.
Thursday morning, you can expect wide spread temperatures of below freezing. Making the fluffy snow, slushy and icy once more.
With a thicker concentration of cloud cover, more snow is to cover the Midlands and Southern parts of the country.