Today's BBC news headlines are: Big freeze expected to hit the UK
More freezing temperatures and snow flurries are predicted for February.
Icy winds heading for the UK will make temperatures feel "sub zero" as the coldest winter in 13 years continues.
Snowstorms from Russia are expected to hit the eastern part of England on Sunday night.
Night-time temperatures are set to drop to -2C (28F) as a blast of cold air sweeps in from the North Sea.
Bitterly cold easterly winds will cause snow to drift, with forecasters predicting that 5cm to 10cm will fall over many parts of England and Wales.
If the snow came from Russia, it must have warmed up a bit getting here if the worst it could do in the UK was -2C. But then we all know the Brits are wimps about cold weather: feel "sub-zero"? what the hell does that mean? What about when it is really -10?