Issued: 0530hrs Sunday 25th February 2018
Duty forecaster: Garry Nicholson
Possible snow flurries north-east
High pressure remains centred over Scandinavia and cold east to south-easterly winds continue to affect the British Isles today.
It will be dry and bright again with plenty of sunshine. Chance of local snow flurries developing near some north-eastern coasts where it will be cloudier overall.
Today's top temperatures will be only 2 to 4C for many, locally 6 or 7C in the far south-west. Where exposed to the wind it will feel sub-zero.
The week ahead will bring the coldest spell of weather for many years, with harsh frosts and significant snowfalls.
Have a great day.