Storm Arwen brought heavy snow to Derbyshire and 100mph winds and rain elsewhere in the country – leaving people wondering when the wintry weather was likely to return.
Roads were closed and schools shut on Monday as the county returned to work.
Although temperatures soared into double figures on Tuesday, this is not expected to last into December.
The Met Office predicts wintry sleet showers over higher ground in Derbyshire on Saturday, with temperatures set to peak at no higher than 4C.
Forecasters also say it will remain cold across the county into next week as more sleet showers fall on high ground.
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