Overnight will be very cold across most of England and Wales with a widespread frost.Read the full story ›
It will be a clear and very cold night for much of England and Wales. Temperatures could fall to lows of -8.Read the full story ›
Two men are missing at sea off the coast of Brighton after getting into trouble in severe weather, the Coastguard has said.
They were among four men who had gone into the water at the popular seaside resort in the early hours of this morning.
Two men managed to get back to shore and called the Coastguard just after 1am this morning telling them that two of their companions are missing. Coastguard and lifeboat teams are looking for the men, but the severe wind is hampering search efforts.
Coastguard rescue teams from nearby Shoreham and Newhaven and the Shoreham all weather lifeboat are searching the waters for the pair.
Showers across Britain will make way for sunshine tomorrow before a milder end to the weekend, though heavy rain will return in the north.Read the full story ›
Wet weather is expected across most of the UK later as rain sweeps in from the west overnight.Read the full story ›
It will start to feel like December tomorrow as temperatures start dropping to seasonal average after the warmer past few days. Patchy rain and some sunshine at the start of the new week.
Extensive cloud will push westwards across many central and eastern parts with patchy drizzle.Read the full story ›
There will be some cloud and patchy rain overnight, with touch of frost and fog in the morning. Brighter skies across most of the country tomorrow.
Outbreaks of locally heavy rain with blustery winds will spread north and east across England, Wales and eastern parts of Northern Ireland today, reaching southern and eastern Scotland this afternoon.
Brighter conditions with also gradually follow the rain across parts of Wales and southwest England. Temperatures will peak at 15 Celsius (59F).