Another mild day will top off the working week after a chilly start for many that carries the risk of potentially troublesome fog for parts of southern England.
Valentine’s Day has been the hottest day of the year, and of the winter, so far.
A plan for adapting to the effects of climate change has been launched by the Scottish Government.
Gusts of up to 80mph hit the UK as Storm Erik blew across the country, causing deaths and delaying the transport network.
Wet and windy weather is set to continue throughout the weekend with the possibility of snow early next week.
The Scottish Government is investing an additional £713,000 to help prevent the “utter devastation” that can be caused by flooding.
Thousands of pupils are being affected by school and nursery closures due to snow and ice in the north of Scotland.
The big freeze which has gripped much of the country will be replaced by rain and wind as Britain returns to a “more traditional winter”, the Met Office said.
IF our current cold snap is making you shiver and the very thought of a no-deal Brexit has left you chilled to the bone, then think yourself lucky – you could be living in America.
England has seen its coldest night of the winter so far as temperatures tumbled across the UK.
Temperatures have been falling across the country amid forecasts of what could be the coldest night in almost a decade.