Parts of the region have had flurries of snow today. Parts of Essex, Cambridgeshire and Norfolk reported brief falls. These pictures were taken at Kelling Hospital at Holt in North Norfolk.
There were heavy downpours of rain elsewhere - leaving spectacular sights in the sky. These rainbow pictures were sent in by Adele Price from Bradwell near Great Yarmouth. You can get the full forecast here.
The risk of snow has been forecast for some parts of the Anglia region overnight Tuesday into Wednesday.
The Met Office computer animation below shows the areas at risk of snow marked in white. The blue areas are where rain is expected to fall.
Some places could see wintry showers overnight with slight accumulations in places. For instance, there could be a couple of centimetres of snow on the higher ground of the Chilterns around Luton and Dunstable.
Other showers will be bit and miss with some areas missing them. There may be a few slushy accumulations by the Wednesday rush hour but any snow is not expected to stick around.
A sunny and cold morning with a brisk northwesterly wind. Cloud will slowly increase from the west during the day but it should stay dry.Read the full story ›
Flood warnings have been posted for tidal rivers and around the East Anglian coast because of the unsettled weather and high tides.Read the full story ›
Trees have been brought down in the Anglia region as wind gusts topped 60 mph while overnight temperatures were exceptionally mild.Read the full story ›
Potentially damaging wind gusts of more than 60 mph have been recorded in the Anglia region during Saturday morning and further squally winds are expected as a weather front crosses the area.
Winds were gusting at 61 mph at Wittering in Cambridgeshire and Marham in Norfolk at 10am on Saturday.
A peak wind gust of 58 mph was recorded at Weybourne on the north Norfolk coast at 9am on Saturday. Sustained winds across the region are also high at 25-40 mph.
Highest wind gusts in the Anglia region up to 7am on Saturday
- 56 mph in Weybourne, Norfolk
- 53 mph in Wittering, Cambs
- 52 mph in Bedford
- 48 mph in Shoeburyness, Essex
- 47 mph in Gorleston, Norfolk
- 47 mph in Wattisham, Suffolk
- 47 mph in Walton-on-the-Naze, Essex
There was a wind gust of 96 mph at Lerwick in Scotland and wind gusts have been exceeding 100 mph on the Scottish mountains.
It has been an exceptionally mild night for January with temperatures even as high as 14°C at midnight. That's similar to the average daytime maximum usually recorded in April in the Anglia region.
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Hospitals across the country have been struggling to cope after being inundated with patients.
Some have put themselves on various states of alert.
ITV News Anglia has contacted all the major hospitals in our region, and this is their current state of alert:
- Addenbrooke's Hospital: Major Incident
- Peterborough City Hospital: Internal Major Incident
The Queen Elizabeth Hospital, King's Lynn: Internal Black Alert
Basildon and Thurrock Hospital: Internal Black Alert
Norfolk and Norfolk Hospital: Black Alert
Southend University Hospital: Black Alert
Milton Keynes Hospital: Black Alert
West Suffolk Hospital: Black Alert
Bedford Hospital: Significant Incident
The Princess Alexandra Hospital, Harlow: Significant Incident
Colchester Hospital: Red Alert
Kettering Hospital: Red Alert
Northampton Hospital: Red Alert
West Hertfordshire Hospital: Red Alert
James Paget Hospital: Red Alert
Ipswich Hospital: Amber Alert
Luton and Dunstable Hospital: No Alert
Hinchingbrooke Hospital: No Alert
Broomfield Hospital: Awaiting response
Addenbrooke's Hospital in Cambridge became the latest hospital to activate a major incident plan to cope with the surge in demand.Read the full story ›
Figures released today reveal the worst figures for dealing with accident and emergency patients in a decade.
For the second time in a week, the Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital has declared a major internal incident because of the pressure it's facing and has cancelled some routine operations.
Just two of the hospitals in the east of the region have met the Government's target of dealing with patients within four hours
Click below to watch our report from Malcolm Robertson.