The weather is set to remain topsy turvy... and it certainly was for this small hatchback.
The photo of the stricken car on the moorland at West Nab in Meltham was captured by Examiner reader Paul Burke from Newsome who had taken his young sons Matthew, 10, and four-year-old Alex up to the moors to play in the snow around 4pm on Friday.
No-one is thought to have been hurt in the accident.
The weather will also be turbulent this week with temperatures hovering between 5°C and 7°C and cloudy across Kirklees and Calderdale on Monday and Tuesday before temperatures plummet once more on Wednesday.
Huddersfield weather expert Paul Stevens said strong north westerly winds will bring in icy cold polar showers with even the risk of the odd thunderstorm on Wednesday evening.
The showers will bring between 5cms to 10cms of snow on the hills with the risk of drifts in the winds but snow could even fall in Huddersfield town centre.
Paul added: “The snow showers will be hit and miss on Thursday and Friday and then it will be bitterly cold next weekend as Arctic air arrives. Although we will lost some of the snow showers, there will be sharp frosts.”
Click below to see some pictures of this week's snowy weather sent in by readers!