Although temperatures are picking up it is not all good news. More here:Read the full story ›
This weekend gave us a sudden blast of winter with cold winds from the north meaning that temperatures hovered at around freezing.
The Jet Stream has spent the last few days to the south of the UK - allowing the colder air in.
But it is on the move. Through this week the Jet Stream is moving back to the north allowing milder air to move in- picking temperatures back up to average for November.
It will be a cold and frosty start to the day with hazy sunshine this morning.
Through this afternoon cloud will thicken from the northwest bringing rain, heavy at times, to all by the end of the day.
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Cold night ahead before cloud builds, rain develops, winds freshen and temperatures lift during MondayRead the full story ›
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Bitterly cold with overnight frost, and ice possible. More average temperatures and weather as we move into the new working weekRead the full story ›
Youngsters have been hitting the slopes in Cumbria after the last night's snowfall.
Ryan Sessford, 9, and Matthew Varty, 10, have been sledging at Hallbankgate, near Brampton.
Last weekend Cumbria was bracing itself as storms were about to hit the county. This weekend the mountains of the Lake District are showing the first signs of winter with snow on the peaks.