Has the sun set on the first and last day of Spring?! Spring will return but certainly not for a while. The rest of this week will be rather wet but mild. An octopus-like LOW sitting out west in the Atlantic will sweep several tentacle-like fronts across the country (count them = 8) and this will bring frequent, mostly light rain to Reigate, heavier rain does threaten on Thursday: check back for details. The big news is the temperature drop between Saturday (+11C) and Sunday (+2C!): this temperature plunge will feel bracing after our all-too brief flirt with Spring and the mild conditions this week. Over the weekend the LOW looks like it will track south of the UK and drag in amazingly chilly air from a BLOCKING HIGH developing over Scandinavia to the NE. The HIGH will force the LOW to the south and east of the UK and we will pick up a NE / E air flow. This air flow could stick around for much of next week. By Tuesday things could be really cold in the upper atmosphere (1500m= -14C!). Down here in Reigate things will return to a wintry feel with hard frosts, cold temperatures around freezing and possible snow now and again. If the coldest upper air temps reach us then heavier snow from the E and NE is a possibility. Tricky to tell this far out. Brace yourselves and keep watching for updates!