Today: Dry with some mist or fog patches at first, but these soon clearing to give a bright morning with sunny spells. Turning a little cloudier in the west later. Light winds. Maximum temperature 21 deg C (70 deg F).
Tonight: Cloud continuing to thicken with mainly light rain moving into the west by midnight and all parts by dawn, by which time it will be rather patchy. Minimum temperature 7 deg C (45 deg F).
Tomorrow: After a cloudy start with patchy rain drier brighter conditions will move across the area from the west to leave a dry afternoon with sunny spells. Less warm than recently. Maximum temperature 17 deg C (63 deg F).
Outlook for Friday to Sunday: Dry at first Friday, turning breezy with rain later. Cloudy with some rain at first Saturday, sunshine and isolated showers later. Sunny periods and perhaps the odd shower on Sunday.
A suspected oil slick has been spotted stretching up to 30 miles off the Suffolk coast.
It was filmed from a supply vessel working on an offshore wind farm. Coastguards have been informed.
58 new trains to improve journeys across the region are being built in SwitzerlandRead the full story ›
The UK has enjoyed its hottest Early Spring Bank Holiday on record when temperatures passed 24°C by 10.30am.Read the full story ›
The RSPCA has warned against pet owners leaving their dogs unattended in cars as the temperatures increase this bank holiday.Read the full story ›
A dragon has been made out of plastic to highlight the amount of single use plastics that we use.Read the full story ›
Hundreds of Ipswich fans have turned out to see the FA cup back at Portman Road. It's 40 years to the day since Ipswich won the FA Cup.Read the full story ›
A variety of events are being held across the region over the bank holiday.Read the full story ›
The Conservatives have held onto their overall majority despite losing seats.
It was a good night for the Lib Dems who gained three seats to take their total to eight.
The Tories have held power in Welwyn since 2002. They currently have a majority of 2 over the other parties.
The Conservatives have held their majority in St Albans City and District Council but the Liberal Democrats will be pleased with the night they've had.
The Tories lost a seat while the Lib Dems gained two.