Spring 2014 will go down in the weather record books as being one of the warmest ever in the Anglia region.
March 2014 was warm, dry and sunny in the Anglia region and among the mildest on record.
Temperatures in the Anglia region reached 20°C on Sunday putting places like Menorca, Madrid and Rome into the shade.
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.
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.