It will be cold and frosty across the north of the UK tonight, with some icy patches in the west.Read the full story ›
Temperatures are expected to rise today and tomorrow, with heavy rain expected tomorrow. Melting snow plus heavy rain could mean trouble.Read the full story ›
It will be cold and frosty across the north of the UK tonight, with some icy patches in the west.
In the south-east the temperatures will be milder, but it will be heavy rain overnight and into the morning.
A grey start to the weekend with patchy rain for Scotland and eastern England.Read the full story ›
Forecasters have issued a flood alert in the US following a snowstorm on the east coast.
Seven feet of snow fell in three days in the Buffalo area of western New York state killing at least 12 this week.
The National Weather Service issued a flood watch for Sunday to Wednesday and the state's governor said pumps, boats, and helicopters would be sent in to help with the forecast flooding.
A mostly cloudy start with hill fog and occasional rain, which will be particularly heavy across Scotland.
The rain will gradually ease, becoming confined to the southeast where it stays mild and murky.
Drier, brighter, colder conditions push into the north and west.
Tonight the rain, low cloud and hill fog pushes northwestwards across much of England and Wales.
It will be mostly dry and clear elsewhere with patchy frost and fog. Showers feed into the far northwest.
One New York State resident told ITV News he had never seen snow like it in his life.Read the full story ›
There will still be a chance of scattered showers in places but it will feel mild with bright spells as we head into the weekend.Read the full story ›
At least 12 people have died during snowstorms which have hit New York State.
Most of the deaths were from heart attacks or exposure to the extreme conditions after a year's worth of snow fell in just three days.
Two elderly residents of a nursing home died after a roof collapsed as they were being evacuated.
More than 30 major roof collapses, mostly involving farm and flat-roof buildings, were reported overnight, officials said.
Some farm animals were reportedly injured in damaged barns.
Residents are now preparing for potential flooding as the snow thaws and there are fears the sheer weight of it could cause more roofs to cave in.
It will be a wet Friday for most of us as a band of rain sweeps across the UK and weather warnings have been issued in Scotland.Read the full story ›