TEMPERATURES will plunge further tomorrow with the UK feeling a full 10C colder following a gloriously warm end to February.
The Met Office says tomorrow will see highs of just 6C in London, which will actually feel like just 3C - down from highs of 13C today and yesterday.
Colder spells will grip the UK and are likely to remain until mid March, with Atlantic frontal systems introducing colder and wetter weather than usual for the time of year.
Met Office forecaster Graham Madge said: "A white Easter is more likely than a white Christmas.
"It’s possible that we could get snow in March, in fact, it's more likely we will get snow in March than in December."
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ENGLAND WAKES UP TO HEAVY FOG
As warned by the Met Office, parts of south and eastern England have emerged from their homes to a foggy start this morning.
With visibility down to just 100m, it has been tricky for pedestrians, joggers and of course motorists on Wednesday.
The fog should lift by 10am.
YELLOW WEATHER WARNING ISSUED
The Met Office has this morning issued a yellow weather warning.
It tweeted that there is heavy fog across parts of southern and eastern England, which is forecast to linger until 10am today (Wednesday).
That means that visibility is reduced to just 100m 'in places'.
It's set to be a damp and drizzly day today, with occasional rain in the south, a few heavy showers developing and possibly a rumble of thunder in the far south and south-west.
Fog and low cloud will slowly lift later this morning, but it will remain dull and misty for many eastern parts of England.
It’s set to be a very misty morning in the south of England today with a yellow warning of fog in place until 10am.
The warning covers the east of England, London and the south east as well as parts of the south west.
Some thick patches of fog will reduce visibility to 100m or less in places, with drivers advised to go carefully.
Expect slower journey times with delays to bus and train services.
There is also a chance of delays or cancellations to flights.
WINTERS ARE CHANGING
Dr Mark McCarthy is the head of the Met Office National Climate Information Centre.
He said: “Our winters are changing and as we have seen we can still receive cold snaps; it’s just that those extremes won’t be quite as cold or as frequent as they once would have been.”
WHEN IS HAY FEVER SEASON IN THE UK?
Tree pollen occurs first, typically from late March to mid-May, and affects around 25 per cent of people.
Most people are allergic to grass pollen (which actually has two peaks) and the season lasts from mid-May until July.
Weed pollen can be released at any time but the season typically covers the end of June to September.