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Solid, heavy and steady rain giving a horrible start to the week for most of us today - but it will start to cheer up later on.Read the full story ›
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With March just around the corner it's looking like this winter will be the sunniest on record (data goes back to 1929).Read the full story ›
Snow for some of us in the coming 24 hours. The colder air stays tonight leaving it freezing, frosty and icy.
Tomorrow those up early will see the best of the weather - fine, clear and crisp with early sunshine if cold and frosty.
Things will go downhill from the west as it turns increasingly windy, wet and wintry. As the rain clashes will cold air it'll turn to sleet and snow through many areas of Wales, northern England, Scotland and Northern Ireland.
As the winds whip up expect blowing snow and blizzards across higher routes - and terrible visibility.
The south-east will stay dry, if cloud, until after dark.
Temperatures will be doing better than today but the wet, wintry weather - as well and strong gusty winds - will make it feel cold.