Hyndburn residents have woken up to a dusting of snow this morning.
Snow reportedly caused some difficult driving conditions in some areas including Burnley Road.
Transdev Lancashire tweeted that some routes had been disrupted including services in and out of Manchester
Despite the adverse weather no schools in Hyndburn have yet been forced to close.
Accrington Stanley will be closing their offices at the Store First stadium from 1pm.
Huncoat weatherman Roy Chetham said: “There was a light drizzle of snow at around 9pm or 10pm overnight, with about an inch falling. The snowfall has resumed this morning and is setting again.”
Hyndburn Borough Council said all waste collection services were running as normal.
Lancashire County Council, which is responsible for gritting highways, said gritting had been carried out as planned.
County Councillor John Fillis, cabinet member for highways and transport, said: “We’ve made detailed preparations for wintry weather which focus on keeping traffic moving by concentrating gritting on the main routes. We’re as ready as we can be.”
Observer readers took to our Facebook site to vent their frustration with the state of roads and pavements across the borough.
Wendy Doherty said: “There’s not been a scrap of grit up near where I live, the top roads were horrendous over the weekend.”
Lorren Hall said: “It’s ok doing the main roads but what about the side streets?”
Heather Moore said: “Why were the main roads like Manchester Road so treacherous?”
But others were excited about the latest snowfall and posted pictures of them enjoying the white stuff.
Kelsie Walker said: “Woooooo. More snow!”
The cold snap is set to continue with freezing temperatures set to continue into the weekend with highs of just one degrees and more snow forecast for Saturday.