[Updated 06:45 12/03/2014]
Under clear skies temperatures have dropped sharply overnight and many parts of the country are waking up to a frost this morning. The night to day temperature variation is notable at the moment and with sunny spells today it will quickly warm up. Temperature climbing to a pleasant 16C (61F) in the south this afternoon, but remaining chilly where low cloud and fog are slow to lift. Cold again tonight with a patchy frost returning. During Thursday a weak weather front will bring more cloud and patchy rain to Scotland and possibly Northern Ireland, but dry with sunny spells in the rest of the UK. Temperatures probably a little higher than today, maxing out at close to 18C (64F), so very warm for mid March. Similar in the south on Friday but in central and northern regions cloudier and cooler. Will the smell of barbecues be wafting around in your neighborhood this weekend? Unfortunately it's looks cloudier on Saturday with drizzle or light rain in the north, but sunny spells possibly becoming more widespread on Sunday. Next week's prospects are less certain and more changeable, especially in the north, but high pressure could continue to bring reasonable conditions further south. Buzz will keep an eye on the latest prospects. Finally, the new version of our web site is expected to go live during the second half of next week.
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