Parts of Britain could experience a month’s worth of rainfall as the country prepares for a soggy start to the week.
Plummeting temperatures could see rain turn into snow as some parts of the UK prepare for a wet start to the week.
Snow could return to the UK this week as temperatures are set to drop, forecasters have warned.
A centuries-old poem which has been decoded by a Perthshire scholar has revealed how 17th century Londoners coped during snow days - they had snowball fights and went to the pub.
A young British snowboarder who suffocated after falling head-first into a snow drift in the Alps could have been buried for 30 minutes before he was discovered, French authorities have said.
Scots have woken up to the sight of Spring snowfall - with travel and weather warnings across the country extended.
Motorists were warned to avoid a rural Perthshire road after a morning of heavy snowfall.
Drivers across Scotland have again been advised to travel with caution, as the latest weather alerts came into force.
After the wintry washout over the Easter weekend, England and Wales will be much milder on Tuesday, with plenty of sunshine and temperatures hitting 15C (59F) in the south in the afternoon.
Drivers have been advised by police to travel with caution after forecasters issued more yellow weather warnings for snow.