One of the biggest luxuries of being a Northern Hemisphere resident is the possibility of having proper snow.
There's something about a blanket of snow that just makes winter feel extra special.
Although miniscule and (probably going to be) over before you could put a filter on it, the white flakes are visible across the city.
So what better time to remember the good old days - and perhaps acknowledge the effect of global warming - than to flick through the above gallery with vintage snapshots of London in the snow.
Spanning three decades, from the Thirties to the Sixties, these images are a glimpse into a London of yesteryear. With the earliest photo from 1931 showing a snowball fight in Trafalgar Square and one from 1962 depicting a car towing a man on skis along the road.
From Hampstead Heath to Finsbury Park, Brixton and Hyde Park, these photos will make you want to build a snowman. Pronto.