Huddersfield woke up yesterday to find a covering of snow across many areas, with more falling overnight.
And weather forecasters warned: More is to come- along with biting cold!
The snow early yesterday fell up to an inch deep in many parts of the town.
But Kirklees Council's highways team had gritted all the main roads and no problems were reported.
Terry Walker, Kirklees Highways spokesman, said his teams had been coping well over Christmas.
He said all primary routes had been kept clear and secondary routes, such as residential streets, are being tackled.
He said more teams would be out tonight, adding: "People can make this easier by parking their cars off the road if they can, to allow gritters to get through.
"There'll be a full snow grit tonight at 6pm and a night patrol."
Snow created a picture postcard scene in places such as Greenhead Park, where walkers blew away the festive cobwebs.
Elsewhere, the worst of the snowfall was in the south east and east coast - and again, those areas were warned to expect more.
Snow is expected to carry on falling over the next two days, with the Midlands and the north east coasts of England and Scotland expected to be the worst affected.
Drivers in all affected areas were warned to exercise caution in the "perilous" driving conditions, expected to last until Friday, according to the PA WeatherCentre.
Temperatures dropped to -2ºC early yesterday but colder weather, as low as -5ºC (23ºF) in England and -8ºC (17.6ºF) in Scotland, is expected.
The Highways Agency advised drivers to check the weather forecast and road conditions before setting out and, if possible, delay their journeys until the weather improves.
The agency also urged motorists to take care if they do drive and make sure they are equipped with warm clothes, boots, a de-icer, a spade and a scraper, as well as food and drink.
PA weatherman Paul Mott said: "Driving conditions will remain difficult all week.
"It will remain bitterly cold until Thursday or Friday with further snow showers expected. Milder weather should start then."