Snow began to fall this afternoon after a weekend which saw the county battered by high winds and rain.
Police and firefighters warned drivers to take extra care and leave extra space between vehicles in the dangerous conditions.
Several crashes were reported in the county, including one which saw a car flip on the A5, while a car had to be recovered after getting into trouble near Welshpool.
A Fiat 500 rolled onto its roof on the A5 on the outskirts of Shrewsbury, forcing one lane to partially close on the eastbound carriageway approaching Preston Island at around 1.30pm.
The female driver was taken to hospital but was not thought to have been seriously injured.
Meanwhile a crash on the M6 northbound near the M54 meant the road had to be closed for an hour.
The Met Office issued a yellow weather warning for snow until 7pm tonight.
Forecasters said some parts of the country could see blizzards and a build-up of up to 20cm of snow, while more than 200 flood warnings remained in place this morning.
The snowfall followed a weekend which saw the region battered Storm Ciara’s high winds and rainfall.
Strong winds blew slates off the roof of Shrewsbury Abbey - leaving a 3ft hole - and also forced the town’s Quarry swimming centre to partially shut on Sunday and fully close on Monday.
Meanwhile Telford & Wrekin Council teams dealt with more than 35 fallen trees on Sunday and a driver was killed when a tree fell onto his car in Hampshire.
See the latest Met Office forecast here:
Mike Smith of Market Drayton said that the snow fell rapidly and settled within five minutes.
Newport and Shrewsbury also experienced snowstorms.
Tweets show snow across Shropshire:
We are getting reports of snow falling 🌨️ in the Shropshire area & we have already had reports of RTCs. Please drive slowly, keep your distance & be patient.🚘— West Mercia OCC (@WestMerciaOCC) February 10, 2020
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