Today will remain cloudy and grey with heavy rain in some parts. But the weather will begin to brighten up from the south, which will see pollen levels turn high in certain areas for the first time this year.
Looking ahead to the weekend - the forecast is much better with Saturday set to be the best day with plenty of sunshine and lighter winds.
Get ready for a very chilly long Easter weekend with temperatures expected to be well below average for the time of year.
We're set for some rain from time to time and there's a chance of sleety snow in some areas, particularly on Easter Monday with the best of the weather reserved for Easter Sunday.
Watch Lucy Verasamy's report above.
There is a chill in the air but things are looking up on the weather front, as Alex Beresford reports.
The Met office has upgraded the weather warnings across England and Wales to red, as Storm Emma crashes into the Beast from the East.
The red weather warning means there's a risk to life and officials have warned people not to make any unnecessary journeys.
Watch Alex Beresford's weather forecast to get the latest.
Police are warning of treacherous road conditions and travel disruption as heavy snowfall and freezing temperatures hit the UK overnight.
Snow is falling across parts of the UK as a blast of very cold air - known as the "Beast from the East" sweeps in from Russia.
Commuters have been warned to be home by 6 pm as an extraordinarily cold front blows in the Siberia. Temperatures are set to plunge below freezing, with wind chill meaning that some could experience lows of -6c.
A Siberian blast of Arctic weather, known as the Beast from the East, will hit Britain bringing freezing temperatures. Parts of the UK will even feel colder than the Arctic Circle!
The Met Office has issued a number of warnings and forecast a period of “exceptional weather” from Monday to Thursday. More than 20cm of snow is expected to fall in parts of eastern England, Scotland and Northern Ireland - so make sure you wrap up warm.