Heavy snow hit Birmingham tonight (Friday) as the the Met Office issued a THREE DAY yellow weather across the region.
Snow began to fall shortly after 7.30pm, covering roads and gardens across the city.
Sofia Antoniou took a video of the whiteout in Harborne, with reports of more falling in Moseley and Solihull.
The three-day weather alert is in place from tonight Friday (January 22) until Sunday (January 24) and covers the whole of the West Midlands.
As well as Birmingham , Worcestershire and the Black Country are both impacted, as is Staffordshire and Warwickshire amid colder weather.
“Snow and ice may cause travel disruption tonight and early Saturday,” said the Met Office in its warning, with “some icy patches on some untreated roads, pavements and cycle paths, increasing the likelihood of accidents and injuries” amid colder weather.”
Snow was also falling at Birmingham Airport according to Birmingham Airport Police. They tweeted: “There is plenty of the white stuff coming down @bhx_official this evening.
“The snow wont stop us from ensuring that the airport remains safe and secure for all. We will be out and about throughout the night despite the hazardous conditions.”
Looking at Friday and Saturday, the Met Office said: “Staying dry and mostly clear through this evening and tonight.
“Winds will remain light and it will be feeling cold with widespread frosts forming by morning. Minimum temperature -4 °C.”
Motorists on essential journeys are also being told to drive with caution as there will probably be some icy patches on some untreated roads, pavements and cycle paths.