Snow closed A53 in Staffordshire
Snow closed the A53 in Staffordshire, with driving conditions difficult in parts of the moorlands.
While Leek escaped the worst of the weather, more rural areas around Cheadle and Flash experienced a couple of inches of snow on Tuesday night.
The Met Office had said another 2cm of snow could fall on higher ground in the area through Wednesday morning.
The A53 Leek to Buxton road was closed in both directions near Flash, but reopened later in the morning.
Snow also made conditions difficult on the A521 Delphouse Road, with a number of lorries becoming stuck.
A yellow warning for snow and ice has been in place across the West Midlands.
A number of roads over the Derbyshire border were also closed on Wednesday, including the A54 at the Cat and Fiddle and A57 at Snake Pass.
Mark Deaville, from Staffordshire County Council, said gritting lorries had been out since Tuesday lunchtime.
The Abbey Hill School & Performing Arts College in Meir, Stoke-on-Trent, was closed on Wednesday due to conditions on Box Lane.
Ilam C of E Primary School was also closed on Wednesday.