It's been a glorious day of blue skies and bright sun across the region, which makes it easy to forget this time last year we were facing blizzards and bitingly cold winds.
They marked the start of the longest spell of cold weather we'd seen in a generation. It was a rude shock after a series of mild wet winters. John Andrews has been looking back at the cold snap and its aftermath.
There's plenty of rain around this week, but no snow, although local councils are certainly preparing for it.
Today in Gloucestershire Ken Goodwin has been to see the huge salt reserves the county has ready, should the skies decide to dump the white stuff on our roads.
The family of a woman who died in a landslip in Cornwall have said it was a 'potentially avoidable tragedy'. The home of 68 year old Susan Norman from Looe collapsed following torrential rain on Friday.
Her family say the property's safety had been a concern of Susan's for some time and that contractors had been working on the property to support the retaining wall. The house is due to be demolished today.
Police searching for missing woman Susan Norman have found a body in her partially collapsed house in Looe.
The 68-year-old had not been seen since 6.50pm yesterday evening.
The body has not been identified or recovered at this time.
A family friend of the woman missing after a house partially collapsed in Looe has told ITV News West Country that she was 68 years old.
Dave Holford says that Susan Norman had three children - a son and two daughters. He said they last heard from her at 6.50 pm last night when she texted to say she was tired after a long journey and was going to bed.
There have been significant falls of snow in parts of Dorset and Devon. It's resulted in some disruption - earlier the A37 between Yeovil and Dorchester was reported to be impassable at Holywell Cross. Driving conditions on parts of the A38 in Devon were said to be hazardous.