Some brightness in the southeast but a mostly cloudy day. A generally dry morning, and easternmost areas perhaps dry until dusk, but rain will spread eastwards this afternoon, accompanied by freshening southerly winds.
Maximum temperature 9°C.
Rain this evening, perhaps heavy at times, but clearing away overnight and winds easing. A few sharp showers possible later but also clear spells allowing local frost and fog patches.
Minimum temperature 1°C.
Bright or sunny spells after early fog patches clear, but also scattered showers, these heavy with a chance of hail and thunder, perhaps slow moving in places.
Maximum temperature 8°C.
Tuesday, drier, brighter and warmer with light winds and isolated showers. Wednesday, mainly dry, bright spells but breezier. Thursday, rather more cloud, a little rain at times and quite breezy.
Regional extremes on Saturday 1 March 2014
- Highest temperature was 9.2°C at Monks Wood, Sawtry, Cambridgeshire
- Lowest temperature was -1.2°C at Houghton Hall, Norfolk
- Sunniest place was Wittering, Cambridgeshire with 5.5 hours of sunshine