So it's that time of year again when some major forecasting groups/centres start to issue their predictions for the upcoming hurricane season in the Atlantic. Perhaps unsurprisingly, four of the groups who have so far released their forecasts are predicting a more active than average season given the fact that
1 - A cold start for most on Saturday with a hard frost and ice patches expected. Escaping this are the far southeast, south and southwest of England where temperatures are expected to stay a few degrees above freezing.
2 - Low pressure over the near continent brings outbreaks of
Although it will be cold, there will be plenty of dry and bright weather around this week. Here are five "things to know" for the coming week ahead.
1 - Temperatures will generally be cold, a good few degrees down on average for the time of year.
2 - Frosts (both ground