Residents of South Buckinghamshire woke to find several inches of snow covering the ground on the morning of Wednesday 27th December 2017.
However the snow was mainly on the roof tops and grassy areas with the roads, pavements and concrete surfaces mainly free of snow.
The snow did not cause any widespread disruption to transport with rail services and roads largely unaffected by the snow.
Transport for Buckinghamshire had gritted the roads of Buckinghamshire with a double gritting run. The roads were treated at 4.00am and again at 6.00am.
Last night we had snow and rain across Bucks so we did a double gritting run across the county, with the gritters going out at 4am and again at 6am. #Readyforwinter
— Transport for Bucks (@tfbalerts) December 27, 2017
Snow flurries occurred during the morning of Wednesday 27th December 2017 however by midday the snow was starting to melt.
The Met Office has issued a Yellow Weather Warning for Buckinghamshire from 4.00pm on Wednesday 27th December 2017 to 11.00am on Thursday 28th December 2017. On Wednesday night and early on Thursday morning icy patches are expected to develop on some untreated roads, pavements and cycle paths, as well as where showers continue to fall washing off treatment. Some injuries from slips and falls on icy surfaces are possible.