Temperatures in the Anglia region have again peaked at 19C (66F), some 9 degrees higher than normal for March. It reached 19C at Lakenheath, Suffolk as well as in Cambridge and Norwich.
Sea breezes off the chilly North Sea are keeping the coast a little cooler with highs of 15C in Southend, Essex and 13C at Weybourne, Norfolk.
It will be warmer still on Wednesday with temperatures expected to reach 19-22C (66-72F) which is more like June than March.
Scotland has beaten its March temperature record for the third day in a row with the mercury rising to 23.4C (74.1F) at Aboyne in Aberdeenshire. The all-time UK March record is 25.6C (78.1F) recorded in Mepal, Cambridgeshire in 1968.
After a chilly start to the day in the Anglia region temperatures will rapidly rise under the sunny conditions. The highest temperatures will be towards Hertfordshire and Bedfordshire with highs around 19°C.
Onshore breeze keeps coastal areas, especially the Norfolk coast, noticeably cooler
Monday's highest temperature in the Anglia region was 18.9C at Santon Downham on the Suffolk-Norfolk border Although it reached only 10.1C at Weybourne, Norfolk.
Wittering in Cambridgeshire was the sunniest place with 12 hours of sunshine.
Temperatures again soared well above average in the Anglia region although it's still rather chilly close to the East coast.Read the full story ›
Britain has been basking in warmth more akin to early summer than early spring with soaring temperatures away from the coast.Read the full story ›
Away from the coast, the East of England will bask in temperatures 7C above average as the unseasonal March weather is set to continue.Read the full story ›
Warm and sunny weather in the Anglia region has coincided with the spring equinox and viewers have been sending in pictures.Read the full story ›
After the long months of winter the first signs of spring can be seen at the Welney Wetland Reserve in Cambridgeshire.
The boxing hares will shortly be followed by migrant bird visitors such as the Arctic terns and black-tailed godwits.
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