The warmest ever February day in Scotland has been recorded with unseasonably mild temperatures across the UK, according to the Met Office.
The warmest ever February day in Scotland has been recorded, according to the Met Office.
A spell of warm weather this weekend is set to bring temperatures in the UK close to the record for February, according to the Met Office.
February’s weather is expected to remain warmer than average across Britain after a mild beginning to the month, according to the Met Office.
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.
Gusts of up to 80mph hit the UK as Storm Erik blew across the country, causing deaths and delaying the transport network.
Heavy rain and gale force winds caused disruption across the north as Storm Erik blew in today.
Flood alerts have been issued for large swathes of Scotland, with some parts bracing themselves for five days’ worth of rain in the space of 24 hours.
Gusts approaching 80mph have hit England and Wales with weather warnings for further strong winds set to come into force for the weekend.
Gales of up to 70mph are expected to hit the morning rush hour and more blustery weather is forecast into the weekend.
Whiteout conditions across the north and north-east caused havoc yesterday as winter continues to bite.
Thousands of skiers took to the slopes at the weekend as the coldest snap of the year brought a flurry of snow to resorts across 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.
Snow is expected overnight in the north and north-east tonight as the Met Office issued a fresh weather warning.
England saw the coldest night of the winter so far as temperatures tumbled across the UK.
Temperatures recorded in Aberdeenshire during the early hours of yesterday morning were the most freezing observed in Scotland for more than eight years.
Freezing temperatures made for treacherous road conditions yesterday as schools across the north and north east were forced to stay closed or open late.
Heavy snowfall has hit much of southern England and Wales, leaving hundreds of people trapped in cars as temperatures plummeted.
A severe weather warning has been issued as up to 10cm of snow is expected in parts of the UK.
The UK has had its coldest night of the winter so far as the cold snap continues to cause icy conditions across the country.
More snow is on the way, forecasters have warned, bringing icy and treacherous conditions to the roads.
A man suffered a broken leg after his climbing team was caught in an avalanche on Wales’s highest mountain.
Britain is bracing for the coldest night of the winter so far, with “significant snowfall” likely to cause further travel delays and school closures.
A motorist has been caught driving a snow-covered car with just a small square of windscreen cleared.
A fresh severe weather warning for snow and ice has been issued for the north of Scotland.
Motorists are facing difficult driving conditions as snow and sleet fall in parts of the country.
Motorists have been urged to take extra care as much of Scotland braces for further snow and ice.
A severe weather warning for ice has been announced for the north-east this morning.
Motorists, cyclists and pedestrians have been urged to remain cautious after the cold snap brought ice to many parts of the country.
Temperatures plunged as low as minus 8.5C (16.7F) overnight as the cold snap brought wintry and potentially-hazardous conditions to many parts of the country.
Snow and ice have caused rail delays and school closures and forecasters have warned of even colder weather ahead overnight across the UK.
The Met Office have issued a yellow warning for ice across the north and north-east.