Issued: 0530hrs Wednesday 26th April 2017
Duty forecaster: Garry Nicholson
Cold again for all
High pressure is to the west of the British Isles today, maintaining a chilly northerly flow across the country.
Showers will be frequent and heavy in eastern & central England - risk of hail and thunder. Fewer showers toward the western half of Britain, with sunny spells and excellent visibility.
Clouding up in the north-west as a warm front approaches. Showers may remain frequent for the north & north-west of Scotland & Ireland, falling as snow to low levels at times.
The wind remains cold, and today's best temperatures will be just 7 to 9C for many, perhaps 10 or 11C on the south coast.
Thermals needed again - have a great day!