Travel chaos prevented Scottish fishing chiefs and tens of thousands of other passengers reaching their destinations yesterday.
The coldest night of the year so far has led to fresh disruption as flights were cancelled, schools remained closed and drivers faced lengthy delays.
Treacherous ice and snow continued to cause travel disruption across the country as forecasters warned that the coldest night of the year could be in store.
Heavy snowfall across parts of the UK is causing widespread disruption, closing roads and grounding flights at an airport.
Britain is gearing up for a second night of tumbling temperatures as December's icy touch was felt across the country on Saturday.
Storm Caroline's bitter grip on the UK is continuing to be felt by homeowners, school children and commuters, with more snowfall peppering parts of the country.
Severe gales and snow showers caused travel disruption, school closures and left thousands of people without power as Storm Caroline swept in to the UK.
Train services have been cancelled after forecasters warned Storm Caroline could cause danger to life.
Winds of up to 80mph are expected as Storm Caroline hits the north of Britain later this week.
Temperatures dipped to a weekly low overnight but the the cold snap is expected to loosen its grip on Britain over the weekend, the Met Office has said.
Forecasters have warned of the risk of ice for parts of Britain as the cold snap continues across the country.
Britons have been warned to wrap up and take care as temperatures plunge to freezing across the country.
People have been warned to prepare for cold weather as ice and snow is set to hit the country.
More than 70 people have been rescued in north Lancashire as heavy rain caused widespread flooding and travel disruption across north-west England and North Wales.
Snow is forecast to hit parts of Britain tonight along with heavy rain and strong winds.
The first significant snowfall of the season is expected to hit parts of Scotland overnight - and could cause some disruption for the morning commute.
A dazzling Northern Lights display which an expert said was "almost like being in Iceland" drew together eager stargazers keen to witness their appearance in UK skies.
Guy Fawkes Night was the coldest of autumn this year, with Britain waking up to frost-covered cars on Monday morning.
Many people have woken up to the first widespread frost of the season after the coldest night since early May.
Temperatures could fall as low as minus 4C (25F) this weekend as the a utumn's first widespread frost spreads across the country.
Britain is preparing to be battered by winds of 70mph and torrential rain this weekend as Storm Brian sweeps in, though the north of Scotland should avoid the brunt of it.
The front of a block of flats has been brought down in high winds as Storm Ophelia sweeps across Scotland.
Storm Ophelia is expected to hit the UK mainland at around midday, with flights grounded and a "danger to life" warning in place.
A new band of wind and rain is set to bring more stormy conditions to the north of the UK.
After experiencing one of the wettest months on record, the north-east seemed to be gearing up for a repeat showing in July when rainfall caused major disruption across the area yesterday.