The winter here is the most extreme it has been in a decade, and there is nothing like it in the UK.
The last time we experienced the coldest temperatures was in January 2010.
Since then, the UK has recorded more than 6,000 winter deaths, and the worst year on record was 1998, when more than 4,000 people died.
But we are not quite there yet.
Many people who live in the North of England are still coping with the winter and many more people have not been able to get to work in the winter.
The government says the UK is on track to be the warmest on record by the end of the century.
The UK has not recorded the winter temperatures that we did in 2010, which is a huge relief.
We are on track, we are getting closer to the record, we should be OK.
But it is still a challenge, and we have to keep the focus on people’s health and wellbeing, and on protecting their homes and businesses.
We still need to make sure the emergency services can respond quickly, and are on top of the problem of heat stress, so that people can get to and from work as quickly as possible.
What are the worst winter months in the country?
February is the coldiest month in the world, but the average temperature in northern and southern England is only -10C, so we are still a long way from the record lows in February last year.
The average temperature of April and May is the lowest ever recorded in northern Britain.
The freezing temperatures are partly caused by the polar vortex, which causes cold winds and freezing rain.
March is the warmEST month, but average temperatures are only +5C in some areas, and it is possible to get very warm in some parts of the UK, with temperatures in some cities hitting -40C.
This is because of the heatwaves that have been happening across the UK since April.
In February, we had record high temperatures in the north of England, where people had to stay indoors to stay safe.
On average, the average daytime temperature was 4.4C above average, but many places had temperatures over 4C.
Some people have been hit particularly hard.
In south Wales, where we are in the worst heatwave, the mercury dropped to -14C on some days, and people were forced to move to warmer parts of Wales to avoid getting heatstroke.
In the north-east of England and parts of Scotland, it is common to see temperatures in excess of -20C in the summer months.
If you are staying in a hotel or apartment, make sure you are using a window to keep out the elements, and wear a hat.
The worst winter weather is in the south, and especially in the South West.
It is also in the centre of England.
There is still plenty of time to get through the winter before the end.
What is the temperature and humidity forecast for in the coming days?
Temperatures are forecast to be mild and clear throughout the north, with lows of between -10 and -20 degrees Celsius.
Humidity is forecast to remain very low throughout the country, which will make the weather more humid.
For a graphic on the temperature forecast, click here.
Are there any weather warnings?
There are no weather warnings for the UK at the moment.
But you can check out our guide to winter weather in the United States, where a number of big events are planned for the month of March.