The Met Office has warned snow will cause more travel chaos on the roads on Saturday. Temperature will remain bitterly cold, as Scotland could see lows of -16C (3.2F). The coldest temperature so far this year was -15.4C (4.3F), which was recorded just before midnight on Thursday at Braemar in the Scottish Highlands.
Over in Shap, in Cumbria, temperatures were slightly warmed at -8.3C (17F) last night.
Meteorologist Alex Burkill said parts of England could also see sub-zero temperatures reach double digits.
He said to the Press Association: "Over Saturday we'll see some snow showers around the far north, the far west and the far east of the UK.
"Elsewhere it's a cold day again and feeling especially cold in the south where it will be breezy, but for most it will be dry and sunny.
UK weather forecast: Britons will face more snow today (Image: GETTY)
"Tomorrow night it's likely to be very similar to Thursday night - we could get down to minus 16C (3.2F) in Scotland, but it's worth bearing in mind that even across the south we could get into negative double figures."