Temperatures across most of England and Wales, apart from the far west and southwest, are as much as 16°C lower at 13 UTC this afternoon than they were at the same time yesterday. Meanwhile in Scotland temperatures were a couple of degrees higher in the sunshine and blue skies. A breeze of the sea in spring can make such a big difference to temperatures. Valentia Island in county Kerry is over 9°C warmer than it was yesterday because today there is a land rather than a sea breeze. I apologise for reusing the same jaded headline for news like this.