Very mild but often cloudy and damp.Read the full story ›
Mostly dry but rather cloudy overnight. Turning windy Monday morning.Read the full story ›
Forecasters say a blast of Caribbean hot air could tip temperatures across Britain higher than those in Menorca, Majorca and Sardinia.Read the full story ›
A yellow weather warning has been issued for West and East Midlands.
Sleet and snow is expected at times through Saturday night, becoming heavier during Sunday morning. The Met Office has warned that some transport routes and travel services may be affected.
Some temporary slushy accumulations are possible down to 150 metres early on Sunday, with 2-5 cm likely above 250 metres and possibly 10-15 cm above 350 metres.
The yellow warning of snow means 'be aware' and will be in place until tomorrow afternoon (12 February).
Friday will be 'particularly cold' in England, with temperatures of 2-3°C in the Midlands, London and Eastern areas.Read the full story ›
Temperatures in the next few days will be up to 5C colder than expected at this time of year, with snow and sleet on the way.Read the full story ›
A flooding volunteer in a village in Leicestershire has tweeted the following photos of flooding in Sileby:
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A yellow weather warning for wind has been issued by the Met Office for the East and West Midlands.
A yellow weather warning of wind has been issued for East and West Midlands today (3 Feb).
The Met Office said the most likely scenario is for inland locations to see a relatively short period of 40-50 mph gusts.
Windward coastal areas will see a longer period of 50 to 60 mph gusts with isolated gusts to 70 mph.
Some travel disruption is possible as well as some trees could be brought down.
Heavy rain and winds of up to 70mph are expected to effect parts of the UK throughout Friday and into Saturday morning.Read the full story ›