A sprinkling of snow has dusted the Black Country, Birmingham, Worcestershire and beyond.
Flakes have been desperately trying to fall throughout the day, however, a miniature blizzard managed to fall from the sky this evening (April 6).
Pictures and videos sent into BlackCountryLive documented the springtime snowfall just days after the mercury soared for the first time this year.
Within a matter of days, shades and shorts have been swapped with hats and scarves.
The snow hasn’t managed to stick to the ground yet but according to the Met Office, the flurry won’t be sticking around either.
The scattered wintry showers will gradually ease during the evening, leaving clear skies for all. The lack of cloud will allow the temperature to drop with widespread frost forming.
Winds will ease and we can expect a minimum temperature -2 °C.
Tomorrow will be largely dry with sunny spells through the morning.
However, cloud will build at times and there will be isolated wintry showers in western areas.
Overnight it will be mostly cloudy with outbreaks of rain in the west and remaining cold. The maximum temperature 8 °C.