Many people woke up to snowy landscapes on Monday after Storm Darcy swept across large parts of the UK.
It brought with it strong easterly winds from Ukraine, minus temperatures and travel disruption, particularly to east and south-east England, parts of the East Midlands and Yorkshire and Humber.
Storm Darcy has been dubbed by some as a second “Beast from the East”, which caused havoc in 2018.
A day earlier Storm Darcy dumped large amounts of snow on Scotland and the South East.
Aboyne, Aberdeenshire saw the most snow with 22cm, followed by Manston, Kent with 17 cm, according to the Met Office.
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