As high pressure moves away and low pressure moves in, a cold front will cross the UK. This will bing a fresher feel to our weather.
The warm, dry and sunny weather has been with us as high pressure has dominated, but, this weekend low pressure returns.
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Three people have been injured in a four-vehicle crash on the M1 motorway in Leicestershire this morning.
The crash happened shortly after 8am on the southbound carriageway, near Leicester Forest East services.
Police are warning motorists to avoid the area as the road is closed at junction 21A for Kirby Muxloe, and is likely to stay closed until midday at the earliest.
Diversions are in place.
Speaking from the scene, Det Cons Paul Bingham asked for any witnesses who have not yet spoken to police to call 101.
– DC Paul Bingham, Leicestershire Police
It is anticipated that junction 21A of the southbound carriageway will remain closed for some time.
Diversions are in place but we would ask anyone intending to travel in this direction to avoid the area and seek an alternative route.
We thank those motorists who are unfortunately caught up in the incident for their patience whilst emergency services deal with the collision.
M1 Northbound Carriageway has re-opened. The Southbound carriageway remains closed at J21& 21a and will remain closed until midday.
A new four-million pound visitor centre about King Richard the Third has opened to the public in Leicester. The interactive exhibition has been in the planning ever since the king's remains were discovered underneath a city car park. Peter Bearne reports.
The City Mayor of Leicester Sir Peter Soulsby has opened the new £4m Richard III visitor centre.
The exhibition called Dynasty, Death and Discovery examines Richard's life and the myths surrounding him, as well as the archaeological dig which uncovered his remains in a Leicester car park two years ago.
The centre has already attracted global interest with people from around the world booking tickets online. Among the first visitors this morning were a family from Holland holidaying in the UK.
Visitor numbers are expected to peak next spring when Richard's remains are reinterred at Leicester Cathedral.
See opening day pictures and video here.
Knights in armour and medieval music entertained the crowd as Mayor of Leicester Sir Peter Soulsby cut the ribbon on the new King Richard III visitor centre.
A queue of people lined up outside to be the first ones through the door of the new attraction, near the cathedral.
Drivers are being warned of a busy time on the roads as the summer getaway begins.
The roads are expected to be up to 25 per cent busier than normal on Saturdays throughout the summer, with the M6 between Coventry and Wolverhampton, the M1 through Leicestershire and the A52 through Derbyshire expected to be particularly congested.
Drivers are urged to leave early to allow for delays.
A falconry display, medieval music and knights in armour will herald the opening of the £4 million new King Richard III Visitor Centre in Leicester today.
Hundreds of people are expected to descend on the centre for its first day.
Activities including free craft workshops, live music and a jester will be in the Leicester Cathedral Gardens nearby, while a story-telling tent will give children the opportunity to learn more about the era of the last Plantagenet King.