Snow has fallen across Kent this morning leaving parts of the county looking particularly festive.
The Met Office issued a yellow weather warning and has warned motorists to take extra care on Kent’s roads.
The downfall in Headcorn. Picture: Teresa Nash
Snow in Sutton Valence, Maidstone. Picture: Carly Baker
The alert is in force until 10am and forecasters say the downpours are likely to cause travel disruption and flooding.
The warning covers most of north and west Kent, including Dartford, Gravesend, Maidstone, Sevenoaks, Tonbridge and Tunbridge Wells.
Snow in Langley Park. Picture: Kirsty Maria Vidler
Snow in Parkwood, Maidstone. Picture: Stacey Bridger
Delighted residents were quick to grab a picture of the snow which had fallen in their area.
Some places have just received a light dusting but others have been hit by heavier downfalls.
Flood alerts have also been issued for parts of the county following heavy rain yesterday and overnight.
There was a winter wonderland in Detling this morning Picture: Joi Jenkins
Snow in Tenterden this morning Picture: Ian Thompson on Twitter
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