Almost seven inches of snow fell across parts of the UK overnight as forecasters warn of more wet and windy weather in the coming days.
Monday is set to start cold and bright across most of the UK, but forecasters have warned milder weather and the risk of flooding are just around the corner.
Conditions are set to become more hazardous going into the final week of January as the Met Office gets ready to put in place five new weather warnings for snow and ice.
Wintry weather brought challenging conditions across the country this week, with widespread flooding also left in the wake of Storm Christoph.
People are being urged to heed flood warnings into the weekend, with the Environment Secretary warning of the possibility of more “challenges” in parts of England due to wet weather next week.
Residents hit by recent flooding in Wales due to Storm Christoph will receive between £500 and £1,000 in support, the Welsh Government has announced.
Five adults have been fined £200 after they breached coronavirus regulations by holding a barbecue on snowy moors.
Residents in parts of England are being urged to prepare for further flooding into the weekend in the wake of Storm Christoph.
A grandfather was taken to hospital after accidentally swallowing sewage water when his house was flooded.
A tractor driver has been filmed dumping what is thought to be floodwater into a railway station car park during adverse weather caused by Storm Christoph.
Dozens of care home residents were among people evacuated to safety after Storm Christoph brought heavy rain and flooding to parts of northern England.
Parts of the north-east have been submerged in floodwater as Storm Christoph brought wet and windy conditions to the region.
Severe flood warnings remain in place after hundreds of residents were told to leave their homes overnight because of adverse weather caused by Storm Christoph.
The Met Office has issued further weather warnings for the north and north-east with disruption to stretch into Friday.
Motorists are battling heavy snow in the north as Storm Christoph moves in.
Storm Christoph has brought severe conditions across Britain, with homes flooded amid heavy downpours, some areas blanketed in snow, and difficult travel conditions caused by ice. Dozens of flood warnings are in place across England, and many people were told to evacuate their homes overnight as water levels rose.
A woman has described watching her home flood as Storm Christoph brought heavy rain and snow.
Flood defences “served their purpose” and kept properties in Manchester dry overnight after hundreds of residents were told to leave their homes because of Storm Christoph.
Motorists are facing difficult driving conditions as Storm Christoph brings heavy snow and rain.
Northern warned its customers not to travel on many of its routes in the north-west of England because of increasingly poor conditions following torrential rain across the region.
Flood-hit households generally need to go through various processes to get their property to the stage where they can move back in – and this can take anything from a few weeks to a year or more.
The UK was braced for the onslaught of Storm Christoph with flooding, wind, rain and snow forecast.
Storm Christoph is expected to bring strong winds and rain across the region this week.
Storm Christoph has been blamed for a crash which badly damaged a Ferrari supercar.
Storm Christoph took its toll on Tuesday’s round of fixtures as heavy rain swept the country.
A major incident has been declared in South Yorkshire as Storm Christoph is set to bring widespread flooding, gales and snow to parts of the UK.
Severe weather set to batter the UK this week through Storm Christoph could bring significant flooding across some areas, as the Environment Agency described it as a “volatile situation”.
Strong winds and rain associated with Storm Christoph are expected to push north creating blizzard conditions across the region this week.