Temperatures in the Anglia region topped 14°C on Christmas Day which was close to a record for the festive season.Read the full story ›
Far from being a White Christmas, this year is likely to be one of the mildest on record in the Anglia region similar to 2015.Read the full story ›
Storm Barbara saw winds of more than 110 mph on top of Scottish mountains but the gusts in the Anglia region reached just 49 mph.Read the full story ›
If you are heading northwards this Christmas there is some windy weather on the way as the second named storm of the winter is heading in.Read the full story ›
It appears even the weather is feeling festive.
Cheryl Holland was stunned when she snapped this cloud formation - shaped like the face of Father Christmas.
The unusual formation was photographed in Witham in Essex in July.
The Met Office has issued a yellow warning for fog across the East of England from 16:00 Sun 18th December to 10:00 Monday 19th December.
Areas of fog will expand overnight and will be widespread and at times locally dense.
Be aware of hazardous driving conditions, but there may be some improvement by morning as thicker cloud edges in from the east.
Yellow Warning of Fog for East of England covers: Northamptonshire, Rutland, Hertfordshire, Cambridgeshire, Essex, Suffolk, Bedford, Central Bedfordshire, Peterborough & Luton.
"Another night where conditions will vary quite widely across southern Britain - some areas staying cloudy and fog-free but again the prospect of some thick fog, at least for a time, principally to the west of London.
"The main uncertainty relates to whether the fog persists into the Monday morning rush hour, with the chance that conditions may improve from the east by then."
The Met Office has issued a yellow weather warning for fog across the Anglia region on Saturday night into Sunday
The warning is valid for all counties from 10pm on Saturday until midday on Sunday
Patches of thick fog will affect central and southern England and South Wales during Saturday night and Sunday morning.
he Met Office is warning people to be aware that low visibility could lead to extended journey times and difficult driving conditions in places.
"Fog has reformed in places during Saturday evening and will affect many southern areas at times overnight and during Sunday morning, with isolated patches persisting well into the afternoon.
"The visibility will be very variable, but locally reducing to 50-100 metres."
A selection of Wednesday's 'supermoon' pictures captured by ITV Anglia viewers.Read the full story ›
ITV Anglia's former weather presenter Aidan McGivern has had a baby girl.Read the full story ›
A band of heavy and persistent rain soaked the Anglia region on the penultimate shopping Saturday before Christmas.Read the full story ›