In pictures: Snow and ice hit parts of Lincolnshire
Weather warnings remain in place for Lincolnshire after snowfall across the county.
Police said there had been several accidents caused by difficult driving conditions, including one in Irnham, near Grantham, where a motorist was rescued from a ditch.
The Lincolnshire Wolds, pictured above, was one of the worst affected areas.
Difficult driving conditions were also reported on untreated roads.
The A46, near Caistor, pictured above, was badly affected by the snow. It is a known trouble spot where large vehicles often get stuck on the hill.
Lincolnshire's road policing team said they had spent much of the day dealing with a spate of accidents.
Here, a car is pulled from a ditch on Pilham Lane, near Gainsborough.
Other minor roads were largely deserted after the overnight snow, like Bleasby Moor near Market Rasen.
Up to 5cm (2in) of snow fell in some parts. The picture above shows fields near Holbeach, in the south of the county.
This unusual self-portrait was taken by Michael Kheng on the Lincolnshire Wolds, using a small drone aircraft.
And at Woodland Trust Owlet reserve, near Laughton, Gainsborough (pictured above), some found time to enjoy the wintry weather.
More snow and ice is predicted in the county overnight into Wednesday. For the latest weather and travel information visit BBC Lincolnshire.