Some parts of the UK enjoyed spring sunshine as the UK recorded its warmest March day since 1968.
Parts of the UK have enjoyed the second warmest March day on record with temperatures hitting 24.5C (76.1F ) in some parts, a day after lockdown measures were eased in England.
The high was recorded at Kew Gardens in south-west London on Tuesday afternoon.
The hottest-ever March temperature of 25.6C was recorded at Mepal, Cambridgeshire, in 1968.
Met Office forecaster Alex Burkill said it was “exceptionally high for the time of year”.
Much of England and Wales have been bathed in sunshine but in Scotland a yellow rain warning is in place in some parts.