Today: A very cold start and becoming drier as snow showers mostly die out during the morning. Some brightness developing in places but generally remaining cloudy for most. Remaining cold with winds slowly decreasing through the day. Maximum temperature 1 deg C (34 deg F).
Tonight: A dry night is expected with some clear spells developing and a frost will give icy stretches. The longest clear spells possibly developing across Suffolk. Easterly winds continuing. Minimum temperature -3 deg C (27 deg F).
Monday: A dry and increasingly sunny day for most areas as cloud breaks develop for most with a thaw. Easterly or northeasterly winds continuing to make it feel colder than normal. Maximum temperature 4 deg C (39 deg F).
Outlook for Tuesday to Thursday: Turning increasingly mild by day with chance of fog Wednesday morning. Some bright or clear spells with Thursday probably the cloudiest day with freshening winds and possible rain later.