Bad news if you're planning to drive home for Christmas on Friday. Storm Barbara will hit Fridat afternoon. Worst in the North with gusts up to 90mph.
Bookies believe Britain will wake up to a wet rather than a white Christmas on December 25th thanks to Storm Barbara. Coral pushed the odds out on snow sweeping the nation, as forecasters predict gale-force winds and torrential rain over the weekend instead. It is now 6-1 to snow in London on Christmas Day.
Thick fog is continuing to cause travel disruption across the UK, with airports warning of cancellations and flight delays.Read the full story ›
The Met Office says dense patches of freezing fog will form during this evening rush hour.
A weather warning has been issued for London and the South East with visibility expected to be less than 100 metres in places.
With little cloud and light winds fog is expected to readily develop during Monday evening, affecting the evening rush hour in some areas as well as the morning rush hour on Tuesday.
Fog is then expected to be locally slow to lift and clear on Tuesday, lingering for much of the morning and perhaps onwards into the afternoon in some spots.
Expect a dry and mostly sunny day with only small amounts of cloud at times to a maximum Temperature of 8C.Read the full story ›
Sunday will be dry with some long spells of sunshine across the region, but feeling colder in the easterly breeze.Read the full story ›
Expect the weather to gradually brighten up but this will be followed by a damp and murky start tomorrow.Read the full story ›
Expect the weather to stay dry, but rather cold and cloudy, with an easterly breeze and some limited sunny spells for most.Read the full story ›
More heavy rain is on the way after a brief respite from Storm Angus.Read the full story ›
Expect showers continuing through the evening, again perhaps heavy in places, but tending to become confined to eastern parts by morningRead the full story ›
Sunday will be another cold day, accentuated by the strengthening wind and showers, perhaps very briefly falling as sleet on hillsRead the full story ›