UK Hydrological Summary for March 2015 published

For the UK as a whole, March was sunnier than average, and near average in terms of both temperature and rainfall. Exceptional rainfall in western Scotland, aided by rapid snowmelt, led to the most significant flood event to affect major Highland rivers since the early 1990s. Elsewhere, March river flows were predominantly in the normal range, as they have been for the year so far.

Further details can be found here