Published: 18:00, 06 April 2021
| Updated: 19:07, 06 April 2021
Kent's surprising cold spell is continuing after some glorious weather at the start of the Bank Holiday.
It follows snow flurries in Ashford and Cheriton yesterday.
But many parts of the county are enjoying a bright sunny end to the day.
The Met Office said temperatures would continue to fall and would be below zero in some parts of the county before morning and Kent Highways will be out gritting all the roads again from 8pm in case.
The highest temperature tomorrow will be in the late afternoon at around 7C, but by then, we are more likely to see rain than further snow falls.
From Thursday, things will slowly start to warm up, though it will continue to feel cold in the wind.