The weather will be mixed over the next few days with wintry showers, some bright spells and strong gusty winds.Read the full story ›
Most places will have a mix of sunshine and showers today, with the most frequent showers in the north and west of the UK.
Showers will be heavy in places with the risk of hail and thunder along with snow over hills, especially in the north.
Feeling cold in the blustery wind with gales in the northwest and highs of 8 degrees Celsius in London, 5 degrees Celsius in Glasgow.
Despite it being almost spring, the wintry conditions are set to continue in the week ahead bringing some very changeable conditions.Read the full story ›
It will be a rainy day for most of us, with some snow falling, especially over Scotland. Temperatures will reach highs of 11C.Read the full story ›
Northern parts of the country could experience up to four inches of snow and strong gusts are expected to create blizzard conditions, the Met office has warned..
A yellow 'be aware' warning is in place for the north of England and throughout Scotland, with the alert area widening on Monday and Tuesday to cover Northern Ireland and the East Midlands.
A band of wintry showers will sweep in from the east today which could bring heavy snow to high level routes and some accumulations at lower levels in some Scottish areas.
The showers are expected to move away later on Sunday.
Tonight will remain frosty and icy with snow and gale force winds predicted for tomorrow.
Though the morning promises "dazzling sunshine" later in the day conditions will deteriorate in the west with gale force winds in exposed areas.
ITV Weather Presenter Lucy Verasamy has the latest forecast.
An unusually high tide led to flooding in several normally dry areas in spots throughout the capital today.Read the full story ›
New Yorkers were feeling the cold as temperatures plummeted to as low as -15C causing the Hudson River to freeze over.Read the full story ›
The worst hit areas will be the north and west, while the east of England will be mainly dry and bright.Read the full story ›