Pictures of snow in Potters Bar

PUBLISHED: 17:28 02 March 2018 | UPDATED: 17:34 02 March 2018

The Fisher family play in the snow in Oakmere Park, Potters Bar. Picture: Danny Loo

The Fisher family play in the snow in Oakmere Park, Potters Bar. Picture: Danny Loo

Danny Loo Photography 2018

The Met Office has forecast a mixture of heavy and light snow for the rest of day in Potters Bar.

Snow on Darkes Lane, Potters Bar. Picture: Danny LooSnow on Darkes Lane, Potters Bar. Picture: Danny Loo

On its website forecasters are reporting a 90 per cent chance of heavy snow enveloping the town until around 7pm, before turning into lighter flurries from then on.

The snow will linger until about 2am tomorrow (Saturday, March 3), following which temperatures will slowly start to rise to between 1° and 3° throughout the day.

But forecasters are warning motorists to be careful of ice until at least Sunday, by which point it should will feel slightly less cold at 6°.

Next week will see more expected weather for the time of year – cloudy and around 7° – as The Beast from the East finally starts to pass.

The Fisher family play in the snow in Oakmere Park, Potters Bar. Picture: Danny LooThe Fisher family play in the snow in Oakmere Park, Potters Bar. Picture: Danny Loo

The weather has caused Mount Grace School, Cranborne Primary School, Ladbrooke and Little Heath to all close today.

The Fisher family play in the snow in Oakmere Park, Potters Bar. Picture: Danny LooThe Fisher family play in the snow in Oakmere Park, Potters Bar. Picture: Danny Loo

The Fisher family play in the snow in Oakmere Park, Potters Bar. Picture: Danny LooThe Fisher family play in the snow in Oakmere Park, Potters Bar. Picture: Danny Loo

The Fisher family play in the snow in Oakmere Park, Potters Bar. Picture: Danny LooThe Fisher family play in the snow in Oakmere Park, Potters Bar. Picture: Danny Loo

The Fisher family play in the snow in Oakmere Park, Potters Bar. Picture: Danny LooThe Fisher family play in the snow in Oakmere Park, Potters Bar. Picture: Danny Loo

The Fisher family play in the snow in Oakmere Park, Potters Bar. Picture: Danny LooThe Fisher family play in the snow in Oakmere Park, Potters Bar. Picture: Danny Loo

Oakmere Park, Potters Bar. Picture: Danny LooOakmere Park, Potters Bar. Picture: Danny Loo

The Oakley and Lewis-Slinger family play in the snow in Oakmere Park, Potters Bar. Picture: Danny LooThe Oakley and Lewis-Slinger family play in the snow in Oakmere Park, Potters Bar. Picture: Danny Loo

The Oakley family play in the snow in Oakmere Park, Potters Bar. Picture: Danny LooThe Oakley family play in the snow in Oakmere Park, Potters Bar. Picture: Danny Loo

Potters Bar children play in the snow in Oakmere Park, Potters Bar. Picture: Danny LooPotters Bar children play in the snow in Oakmere Park, Potters Bar. Picture: Danny Loo

Potters Bar children play in the snow in Oakmere Park, Potters Bar. Picture: Danny LooPotters Bar children play in the snow in Oakmere Park, Potters Bar. Picture: Danny Loo

The Oakley and Lewis-Slinger family play in the snow in Oakmere Park, Potters Bar. Picture: Danny LooThe Oakley and Lewis-Slinger family play in the snow in Oakmere Park, Potters Bar. Picture: Danny Loo

Potters Bar children play in the snow in Oakmere Park, Potters Bar. Picture: Danny LooPotters Bar children play in the snow in Oakmere Park, Potters Bar. Picture: Danny Loo

Oakmere Park, Potters Bar. Picture: Danny LooOakmere Park, Potters Bar. Picture: Danny Loo

Oakmere Park, Potters Bar. Picture: Danny LooOakmere Park, Potters Bar. Picture: Danny Loo

Snow on Darkes Lane, Potters Bar. Picture: Danny LooSnow on Darkes Lane, Potters Bar. Picture: Danny Loo

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