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The Met Office has issued a yellow weather warning for strong winds in the Anglia region gusting up to 60 mph on Saturday evening.
There could be disruption to travel in the region.
The weather warning is in force until 11.45pm on Saturday 6 February 2016
The Met Office says southerly winds with strengthen across southern and then many eastern and central parts of England with gales developing, which are likely to be severe at times along English Channel coasts.
Winds should steadily decrease from the west this evening.
"Southerly gales will develop today as an active frontal system moves across the area from the west.
"Gusts of 40-50 mph are likely quite widely inland with gusts of around 60-65 mph affecting English Channel coasts at times."
There will be more windy weather on Monday as Storm Imogen sweeps across the UK.
Highest wind gusts in the Anglia region on Saturday 6 February 2016
- 57 mph in Cranfield, Bedfordshire
- 54 mph in Bedford
- 54 mph in Wittering, Cambridgeshire
- 51 mph in Holbeach, Lincolnshire
- 50 mph at Andrewsfield near Braintree, Essex
- 48 mph in Marham, Norfolk
- 43 mph in Weybourne, Norfolk
Conditions couldn't have been better for viewing this rare sight in the night sky just before dawn this morning (Thursday 28th January 2016).
With skies predicted to clear overnight, Roger Skillin took the opportunity capture five planets at once with his camera in the skies over St. Neots.
Roger's breathtaking shot faces towards the south - south east of the night sky. Jupiter can be seen to the west of the moon. Mars, Saturn and Venus appear to descend towards the horizon to the east of the moon.
Roger has even managed to capture Mercury as it rises just above the horizon and a few thin high clouds associated with a weather front to the south.
If you missed this morning's display, all five planets will be visible in the early morning sky until 20th February. Hopefully, we will be lucky enough to enjoy another morning as clear as this one.
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During the week temperatures plunged to -6°C but by Sunday they were close to January record levels of +15°C in the Anglia region.Read the full story ›
Frost, ice and freezing fog have hit the Anglia region as temperatures plunged close to -6°C.
The lowest temperature in the region was -5.6°C recorded at Norwich airport shortly before 6am.
- -5.6°C at Norwich airport
- -4.8°C at Writtle, Essex
- -4.5°C at Woburn, Bedfordshire
- -4.3°C at Harpenden, Hertfordshire
- -3.2°C at Stowe, Buckinghamshire
The lowest temperature in the UK was -11.6°C at Kinbrace in Scotland