Beautiful snowdrops in bloom, but hang on to your scarves as shivering Britain prepares for another blast of arctic winds England should stay above freezing in next few days but it'll feel sub-zeroMonday: Largely sunny and dry, particularly in the south of England. Tuesday: Very windy down west coast, with gusts of 60mphWednesday: Cold northerly with frequent wintry showers on the east coastEnvironment Agency: Nine flood warnings and 63 lower-level flood alerts By Ben Spencer PUBLISHED: 16:51 GMT, 3 February 2013 | UPDATED: 23:50 GMT, 3 February 2013 We may be out of January but keep your scarves and overcoats handy – winter shows no sign of loosening its grip.
Snow warning as winter bites again: Temperatures will plummet to -4C tonight Snow set to hit North East, East Anglia and Scotland today Temperatures plunge as low as -4C as freezing weather returns By Ben Spencer PUBLISHED: 13:51 GMT, 1 February 2013 | UPDATED: 03:07 GMT, 2 February 2013 If thought winter was petering out this week, you may be in for a chilly shock. Parts of Britain enjoyed temperatures of up to 14C (57F) this week – a welcome reprieve after January’s heavy snowfall brought the country to a halt. But last night snow returned to northern England and Scotland – and forecasters say more is on the way
Snow to return across Britain this weekend with temperatures falling as low as -6CSnow set to hit North East, East Anglia and Scotland today and tomorrowTemperatures plunge as low as -6C (21F) as freezing weather returns By Hugo Gye PUBLISHED: 13:51 GMT, 1 February 2013 | UPDATED: 17:50 GMT, 1 February 2013 Britain may have only just recovered from last month's Big Freeze, but more cold weather and snow are on the way today.
Now get set for a deep freeze: High pressure over Scandinavia blamed as temperatures plummet to -8C Sleet, frost and four inches of snow are expected tomorrowCold air from Siberia passing over the North Sea from Scandinavia can pick up moisture, creating snow flurries Wintry conditions are expected to last all month, unleashing sub-zero temperatures, freezing fog and icy 30mph windsOne driver left hanging over stream after his van skidded on iceBookies have slashed the odds on a white ChristmasMet Office admitted it was likely to be colder than average on December 25 Temperatures for the start of the month are 6C colder than usual | UPDATED: 22:48 GMT, 4 December 2012 The big freeze will turn into a deep freeze tomorrow as temperatures hurtle down to -8C (18F) in parts of rural Britain.