It wasn't quite what you'd call a blizzard, but the first snow of the winter fell in London on Wednesday.
The seldom-seen white stuff was spotted drifting down from the sky, despite the Met Office having said snow was unlikely in the capital this week.
And as you’d expect, people got rather excited.
One user posted a short film clip showing the flakes falling in central London and wrote “All of Oxford Circus is freaking out.”
Another seemed perplexed by its arrival, writing: “It’s just started to snow in London. WTF!?”
But the Met Office was quick to temper excitement, replying to one user on Twitter that it was “not looking like snow for London”.
The Met Office forecasts temperatures of 3C on Thursday (November 30) and after that they will rise, up to 9C by the end of the weekend and beginning of next week.
There is a yellow warning for ice and snow for northern Scotland and eastern England, between 8pm on Wednesday and 11am on Thursday.
Wintry showers could lead to two to five centimetres of snow.
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