Parts of the UK woke up to unseasonal snow on Thursday morning as the cold weather continued.Read the full story ›
Twitter users have been filling in the #UKsnow map with their tweets, rating the snow out of ten.Read the full story ›
Part of the UK woke up to snow on Saturday morning as the warm Spring weather was abruptly brought to an end.Read the full story ›
Weather warnings are in place across the UK on Friday as March continues to feel more like winter than spring.Read the full story ›
After a chilly and frosty start, most places will have a sunny and dry day, although some southern parts of Britain may be cloudier, with isolated showers until this afternoon.
Wintry showers of rain, sleet, snow and hail are expected across northern Scotland and around some eastern coasts of England. It will feel cold with most places in single figures, and highs of only 8 or 9 Celsius (48F).
Nasa image shows large parts of the US are still covered in blankets of snow.Read the full story ›
At least 29 people have died as a result of the snowstorm that struck the eastern United States over the weekend.
The latest deaths occurred in car accidents, from carbon monoxide poisoning and heart attacks while shoveling snow.
Severe weather warnings have been issued for parts of the UK for Tuesday as the storm sweeps across the Atlantic.
Filmmakers have taken advantage of the snowstorm that has hit the US to snowboard and ski through central New York.Read the full story ›
Federal government offices in the Washington area will be closed on Monday after a major snowstorm hit the US.
The blizzard dumped more than 21 inches of snow on the US capital over the weekend.
A message on the Office of Personnel Management website said: "Federal Offices in the Washington, DC area are closed. Emergency and telework-ready employees required to work must follow their agency's policies, including written telework agreements."
Schools in the area will also be closed on Monday following the storm.