Snow and blizzards sweep through large parts of Britain, leaving many travellers stranded due to icy conditions.
Trains in and out of King's Cross station are cancelled leading to overcrowding and misery for commuters at Finsbury Park.
On the point just outside Oban a freelance cameraman joins us as we watch the bright red, Norwegian-flagged fishing vessel nose out gently from Oban harbour.
Stormy weather is causing disruption as a "weather bomb" hits parts of the UK, causing power cuts, ferry and train cancellations and difficult driving conditions.
The Government is to invest £2.3bn in more than 1,400 flood defence projects to provide better protection from flooding for hundreds of thousands of homes.
Heavy rain and gales sweeping across the UK have brought flooding and travel disruption to some parts of the UK.
The UK has experienced its warmest Halloween on record, with the temperature soaring to 23.6C at Gravesend in Kent and Kew Gardens in London on Friday afternoon.
As August draws to a close, so does meteorological summer (June, July and August), which means that provisional statistics are now available for how summer shaped up this year.
Live flood warnings and alerts for England and Wales, updated every 15 minutes with the latest data from the Environment Agency, informing of flood risk in each area.