Temperatures have tumbled overnight and but the good news is that it won't be anywhere near as blustery as it was yesterday.
Most places will be dry and bright but find out about the weather in your area with Laura Tobin's report.
She's the undisputed Queen of Soul with a career that's lasted for nearly sixty years.
In a rare interview with Ross King, the disco icon pays tribute to some of music's greatest divas, including our very own Adele.
She also discusses her fear of flying and Harrods.
The Duchess of Cambridge has attended her first official engagements since September's announcement that she is expecting again.
Kate, who is just over 12 weeks pregnant, wore a grey Alexander McQueen dress as she joined William in officially welcoming the President of Singapore Tony Tan and his wife Mary yesterday.
After meeting at the Royal Garden Hotel in London, they all then travelled to Horse Guards Parade, where the Singaporean leader received a full ceremonial welcome.
Last night The Duchess also joined Sir David Attenborough to hand out awards at the Wildlife Photographer of The Year 2014 awards at the Natural History Museum.
Oscar Pistorius was sentenced to five years in prison for the killing of his girlfriend model Reeva Steenkamp in South Africa yesterday.
The sprinter also received a three year suspended sentence for a separate firearms charge and will have to keep out of trouble for the next five years, otherwise spend more time behind bars.
However, the reaction has been mixed from relatives, supporters and critics.
Watch a world exclusive interview with Reeva's parents Barry and June on Good Morning Britain at 7:10am this morning.
Britain's dairy farmers are holding crisis talks with the environment secretary over the low cost of supermarket milk, which they say is pricing them out of the market.
Farmers have warned the price of a pint of milk has fallen to just 6p per litre, leaving many dairy processors struggling to make ends meet.
Most of the major supermarkets have been selling milk at four pints for £1 - or less - for months, with Iceland joining in last week, asking customers for just 89p for four pints.
Problems caused by oversupply in the market, the Russian ban on EU diary imports and cutbacks by China, have all lead to catastrophically low diary prices, farmers said.
The terminally ill father of a British Islamic State (IS) hostage has died from "complications following pneumonia", his family have said.
Paul Cantlie, 80, had made a desperate plea to his son John's kidnappers to release the war journalist just days before he passed away.
Paul died not knowing if his cries were heard by IS despite "urgent" attempts to contact the militants, his family said in a statement.
The failure of communication to date has inevitably led to a terrible sense of abandonment, particularly for John's father, with the family feeling ignored.
This burden has been especially hard these last few days, as we have so needed to tell John that his father, whom he so loved, has died.
Paul Cantlie will be remembered by many for his fortitude, quiet courage, wry humour and keen intelligence, as well as for his great gentleness.
A private funeral will be held on October 30.
One in every six - or 760 out of the 4,200 - foreign prisoners living in the UK have disappeared, according to a damning report from the government's spending watchdog.
The National Audit Office (NAO) said 58 of the missing criminals were considered "high harm" and had not been heard of by authorities for at least four years.
The strongly worded report gave a damning inditement of how easy it was for foreign criminals to slip through the net, with police failing to conduct overseas criminal record checks on more than two thirds of arrested foreign nationals.
About £1 billion of taxpayer money was spent last year on foreign criminals living in the UK, the NAO added.
It's been revealed that there's an average of around half a million customers who could be missing out on compensation from their energy companies for inaccurate billing or poor customer service - that's according to the Labour party.
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