Parts of the UK woke to a snowy spring morning on Sunday.
A yellow weather warning for snow affecting the North East of England and North Yorkshire was in place until mid-morning.
The Met Office said up to 5cm of snow was possible on high ground.
Runners and dog walkers were not deterred by the light snowfall at Whitley Bay on the North East coast.
Elsewhere, it was a chilly start for many, with temperatures ranging from a high of 5C in the South West to freezing in Scotland.
The Met Office tweeted: “A cold and frosty start for many with sunshine and a few wintry showers.”
There are no weather warnings in place for Monday, when non-essential retail and outdoor hospitality are due to reopen for the first time in months as the lockdown is eased in England.