Bitterly cold with further wintry showers.Read the full story ›
The Met Office has issued weather warnings for the region this weekendRead the full story ›
It will stay cold this weekend with further wintry showers at times.Read the full story ›
With the cold weather expected to last for at least the next five days, the Met Office has issued various snow and ice warnings.Read the full story ›
The snow that's hit the North of England reached this East albeit briefly on Thursday afternoon. Here are some of your pictures.Read the full story ›
The Met Office has issued at yellow "be aware" warning for snow and ice in the Anglia region for Thursday evening into Friday.Read the full story ›
A warning has been issued for Norfolk and Suffolk for the risk of snow on Sunday and Monday. Wintry showers are possible in all areasRead the full story ›
It's been the coldest week in the Anglia region since January 2013 with temperatures dipping close to -8°C.Read the full story ›
Here are a selection of weather pictures taken by ITV Anglia viewers including a strange weather phenomenon which has upturned a 'rainbow'.Read the full story ›
West Northamptonshire and the far west of Cambridgeshire
Rain is now moving east across the country and turning to snow as it mixes with the cold air over the UK.
A Met Office yellow warning for snow has been issued for parts of Wales, the Midlands and Northern England. Western parts of Northamptonshire and the far west of Cambridgeshire are also included in the warning area. In these places, there's a risk of settling snow with 2 to 5 centimetres locally and 10 centimetres over hills.
Hertfordshire, Bedfordshire, Milton Keynes, inland Essex, west Norfolk, west Suffolk and the rest of Northamptonshire and Cambridgeshire:
Patchy rain, sleet and snow will arrive later tonight, gradually petering out during Wednesday afternoon. Snow is likely above 150 metres but also occasionally at low-levels during any more prolonged rain or sleet.
The rest of Norfolk, Suffolk and Essex
Mostly dry, although a few light sleet or snow flurries cannot be ruled out. Grey and cold.