You are not permitted to download, save or email this image. Visit image gallery to purchase the image. News Dunedin 0 Comments A car travels along Highgate in Dunedin this morning. Photos Stephen Jaquiery An early morning jogger runs through the Octagon. University of Otago student Jack Hunt 'rides' the powder on Pitt St. A view over Dunedin from Royal Tce. The statue of Robbie Burns wears a mantle of snow. Snow on High St Dunedin. Photo Hamish McNeilly Emergency services at the scene of a crash on Saddle Hill. Photo supplied A car leaves a snow-covered Pine Hill Rd. Reader photo by Thim Yee A pedestrian wears socks over shoes to aid traction in the slippery conditions on High St. Photo by Hamish McNeilly Snow coats a backyard in Halfway Bush. Reader photo by Akmal Barikzai Police fit chains to their vehicle in Serpentine Ave. Queen Elsa (aka Annabelle Tocher) lies in the snow singing "Let it go, let it go" from her favourite movie - Frozen. Reader photo by Jenny Kreft Motorists carefully negotiate icy roads. Reader photo by Allan Clark Snow at Larnach Castle this morning. Reader photo by Brian Langley 'Close' parking along Drivers Rd. Reader photo by Marian Vlaar The sunrise from High Street. Photo by Theresa Forbes The view from the University of Otago's Faculty of Law on the 9th floor of the Richardson Building, looking towards Signal Hill. Photo by Theresa Forbes Brrrrr, it's cold out here. Photo by Ashleigh Jackson. Photo by Diego Urrutia Guevara Photo by Diego Urrutia Guevara Photo by Diego Urrutia Guevara Photo by Diego Urrutia Guevara Photo by Diego Urrutia Guevara Photo by Diego Urrutia Guevara Dunedin woke to a coating of snow this morning which closed schools, cancelled flights and forced many to stay home for the day. Send us your snow photos Comment now Related Stories Name suppression for machete accused Progress on Caversham health hub Cyclists answer call to breakfast Otago schools above average Broken glass spurs cleanup 4000 meet Six60 Students upset at assaults Mondelez request outrages ORC mulls office site Cadbury meeting: 'farcical' and 'constructive' Marked albatross part of Auckland Islands study Excellence awards for varsity staff More Add a Comment Login or register to post comments.