An Arctic blast is set to send temperatures plummeting in Huddersfield.
And although the town may well see some more snow showers over the next few days, it is the biting cold that is set to be the biggest concern.
Temperatures could struggle to get above freezing on any day for the next week and at night, some areas may see the mercury drop as low as minus 5° or minus 6° Celsius.
Forecasters are talking of the coldest spell of the winter so far and it is set to last until at least the end of next week.
The heavy snowfall which brought chaos to the town early on Thursday had subsided and today all Kirklees schools were able to open.
There was still disruption on minor roads and the A6024 over Holme Moss remained closed although the A635 Greenfield Road re-opened after being shut for a few hours.
Here are some of the pictures we took and you sent us during yesterday's - Thursday's - heavy snow
The Met Office have issued a yellow alert for the whole Yorkshire region and warned of problems with ice.
Kirklees Council’s gritting teams were due out on Friday afternoon and were planning to grit again at 5am on Saturday.
The Highways Agency warned of icy roads as temperatures plummet and said its gritters will be out in force.
Huddersfield weatherman Paul Stevens said: “We may get some snow showers over the next day or so, bringing an extra couple of centimetres of fresh snow, but it is the cold that will be an issue.
“The winds will be coming direct from the Arctic and will make it bitterly cold, with temperatures struggling to get above freezing at any point.
“At nights, some areas will see temperatures down to minus 6° and in general we will be seeing days and nights several degrees below normal.
“It looks set to stay bitterly cold right through to the end of next week”.
The warning came after “thundersnow” storms lashed Britain on Thursday, forcing 300 schools to close, while roads ground to a halt and flights were cancelled.
Holidaymakers were left stranded as Manchester Airport closed both of its runways for several hours, while flights were suspended at East Midlands Airport.
More than a dozen rail services between Manchester and Yorkshire were cancelled and main roads in Durham and Yorkshire were shut.
Here are some more snow pictures you sent us yesterday - Thursday