As the icy grip of winter tightens on the West Midlands, walkers have been taking advantage of these picturesque scenes at local beauty spots.
Heavy snow is expected to sweep across the region tomorrow, with the Met Office increasing its alert from yellow to amber.
And today parts of Wolverhampton were covered in a thin layer of snow after flurries and a heavy frost overnight.
The snow-flecked trees lining the Staffordshire and Worcestershire Canal in Tettenhall helped to create a picture postcard scene.
And dog walkers failed to be put off by the freezing temperatures at Tettenhall’s Smestow Valley Nature Reserve, making their way along the disused Oxley to Kingswinford railway line past the old Tettenhall station.
Temperatures again fell below freezing today and forecasters say there is worse to come in the next few days. Forecasters say up to a foot of snow could fall on higher ground, with blizzard conditions and strong winds expected.
Severe weather will hit the region from 4am until 6pm tomorrow and is set to cause major travel disruption in morning and evening rush hours.
The snow is then expected to ease off on Saturday before more downfalls are predicted for Sunday.