March is said to come in like a lion and go out like a lamb, and the final few days of the month are likely to be calm – if not quite as sunny as last week, the Met Office has said.
The Environment Agency has issued more than 30 flood warnings and 150 flood alerts with heavy rain predicted to affect areas of the country badly hit by last month’s storms.
Parts of Wales have been hit by more heavy rain just weeks after Storm Dennis devastated areas of the country – with further downpours forecast.
A total of 82 flood warnings are still in place for England, Wales and Scotland after the effects of Storm Jorge over the weekend.
Strong winds and heavy downpours are battering the island of Ireland as Storm Jorge passes.
Storm Jorge has heralded its arrival with heavy rain and strong gales as Britain endures its fourth weekend of severe weather.
Periods of “significant” avalanche activity are being predicted in mountainous areas across Scotland.
Soaked riverside communities fearing the arrival of Storm Ellen have been surprised to see the third named storm in month officially designated as Storm Jorge.
This month is already the second wettest February on record, according to the Met Office.
There is no let-up in sight for flood-hit communities in Shropshire and Worcestershire after heavy rain overnight caused the River Severn to breach emergency defences.
Temperatures plummeted overnight across Britain as forecasters warned of more ice and snow over the next 24 hours.
Temperatures could plummet to minus 10C in some parts of the UK after forecasters warned of more ice and snow over the next 24 hours.
A warning for ice has been issued for the north-east tonight.
Motorists are facing difficult driving conditions with snow falling across parts of the country and weather warnings in place.
Transport Scotland is warning of disruption to travel during rush-hour due to a forecast of “significant” snowfall across the country.
The Met Office has issued a snow warning for parts of the north-east tomorrow.
Travel disruption has been caused across Scotland by high winds and torrential rain, with one ambulance appearing to get stuck in floods.
Experts have warned the weather for flood-hit communities will get worse before it gets better in the aftermath of Storm Dennis.
Homes remain under threat as river levels threaten to breach flood barriers, and more misery is expected with further heavy rain forecast to fall on already affected areas of the UK.
People are being urged to leave their homes in the face of further flooding as one official warned residents are “not out of the woods yet” in the aftermath of Storm Dennis.
Areas of the UK are in “uncharted territory” after record levels of flooding, with more heavy rain forecast for later in the week.
Severe flood warnings remain in place in the wake of Storm Dennis, with more rain expected to fall later this week.
A woman who was swept away by floodwater during torrential rain from Storm Dennis has been found dead.
Torrential rain from Storm Dennis has swelled rivers to “exceptional” levels in parts of Britain, with more forecast to fall later this week, the Environment Agency (EA) warned.
Police fear a woman has died after being swept away by floodwater, as parts of Britain continue to cope with the impact of Storm Dennis.
Hundreds of flood alerts remain in place across Britain after Storm Dennis battered the country, with one woman feared missing after being swept away by floodwater.
A new supercomputer designed to improve severe weather and climate forecasting is to receive £1.2 billion from the Government towards its development.
Met Office urges north-east residents to be aware of strong winds as weather warning continues into Monday
Forecasters are encouraging north-east residents to be aware of strong winds set to continue into Monday.
A weather warning for wind is in place for the north-east this weekend with Storm Dennis is expected to batter the country.
Storm Dennis is causing a second weekend of disruption with bad weather wreaking havoc across the UK.