BRITAIN will see 12 INCHES of snow dumped by the Beast From The East this week with snow blizzards and freezing winds to hit.
Monday is set to be another bitterly cold day with some places struggling to get much above freezing, the Met Office said.
Essex, Norfolk, Suffolk, Kent and Medway are all regions which that have been hit by an “area of widespread, persistent and occasionally heavy snow”.
An amber warning is in place until later today in the south east of England, which reads: “Accumulations of snow will be widely 5-10cm with 15-20cm in places and a small chance of 25-30cm for a few sites.”
Meanwhile, new warnings for snow and ice across eastern areas the length of Britain are in place until Wednesday.
The Met Office said Sunday started “on a wintry note in some areas, with rain turning increasingly to snow across the south-east of the UK, and snow showers feeding into the north-east.”
And there are warnings of widespread weather-induced power cuts across the country too.