Your photos as spring begins

30th March 2020 Last updated at 15:43

The vernal equinox means that spring is definitely under way, however you choose to define it.

Here's a selection of your lovely spring scenes from the past week.

We still love seeing your Weather Watchers photos but please make sure that you follow the government guidelines if you go outside.

West Linton
Macbie Sam/Weather Watchers
The daffodils provide a cheery sight in West Linton, the Scottish Borders. Photo by Macbie Sam.
Bobley Hat/Weather Watchers
Bobley Hat captured a colourful carpet of tulips in Eastbourne, East Sussex.
Don Don/Weather Watchers
Blue skies bring out the best of the blooming magnolia in Brighton. Photo by Don Don.
Eileen/Weather Watchers
Vibrant gorse at Ballycastle Beach on the Antrim Coast. Photo by Eileen.
St Helens
Oiseau/Weather Watchers
Many of you have been wildlife spotting. This couple look ready for nesting in St Helens on the Isle of Wight. Photo by Oiseau.
Alan O/Weather Watchers
For those who are self-isolating, we'd love to see more views of the weather from your window. This tranquil view in Topsham, Devon was posted by Alan O.
6friedeggs/Weather Watchers
Weather Watcher 6friedeggs captured a misty spring sunrise in Danby, North Yorkshire.
PostmanBob/Weather Watchers
Blossom in abundance in Caistor, Lincolnshire. Photo by PostmanBob.
Kew Gardens
Dan Mac/Weather Watchers
A spring feel in Kew Gardens, London. Dan Mac is part of the team looking after the gardens currently so is still able to share these lovely images with us.
Alastair/Weather Watchers
A glorious start to the day in Runswick, North Yorkshire. Photo by Alastair.