Through Scotland and Northern Ireland the rain has set in and the wind is getting up. It will be clearer and colder for the rest of us.Read the full story ›
After a terribly cold week but most of us temperatures finally recover - generally nowhere near as cold as it has been.Read the full story ›
Bright winter sunshine has made a welcome return this morning, and will stay for most in the south and south west. In Scotland and Northern Ireland it is still feeling wet, and some sleet and snow over the hilltops.
ITV News Weather Presenter Lucy Verasamy has the latest.
Most areas will have a dry afternoon with a good deal of sunshine, though there will be some patches of cloud and scattered showers.Read the full story ›
Outbreaks of rain in England will clear away overnight, while Scotland will have wintry showers with the risk of icy stretches.Read the full story ›
Tonight will be cold and frosty but not as chilly as last night. There will be wintry showers in Scotland, and rain moving across England.Read the full story ›
But it will not feel as fresh as last night when temperatures dipped to -6C in England - the coldest winter night so far.Read the full story ›
After a frosty start with a few fog patches in southern England, it will stay dry for much of England and Wales through daylight hours and bright with some sunshine.
Cloud and rain over northwestern areas will spread southeast over the UK arriving in more southern parts this evening.
It will feel cold across southeastern areas after that very chilly start, but it will be milder further north.
Top temperature 9C.
Overnight will be very cold across most of England and Wales with a widespread frost.Read the full story ›