A mostly cloudy night with showery rain slowly weakening.Read the full story ›
Today: A dull start to the working week with cloudy skies and outbreaks of rain and drizzle expected through the day. Winds will be light throughout and it is slowly expected to become drier in the west by dusk. Maximum temperature 9 deg C (48 deg F).
Tonight: Remaining damp for all but perhaps the far west at first before another weak band of rain arrives from the west by dawn. Milder overnight compared to recent nights. Minimum temperature 5 deg C (41 deg F).
Tomorrow: Cloudy and damp to start, though a slow improvement is expected in the west, with some brighter spells here by the end of the afternoon. Rain easing elsewhere overnight. Maximum temperature 8 deg C (46 deg F).
Between 15:00 Tuesday 6th and 09:30 Wednesday 7th Sleet and snow showers will affect parts of eastern England later on Tuesday and for a time overnight, when clearing skies will lead to ice forming in places, lasting into Wednesday morning.
Expect some delays to travel, while untreated surfaces become icy leading to an increased risk of accidents or injuries.
Chief Forecaster's assessment
A band of sleet and snow will turn more showery overnight but with some heavier bursts possible, especially over East Anglia. 1-4 cm of snow is possible in places, though rain and sleet may occur along coasts. Ice may be the more widespread hazard.
Temperatures in the Anglia region on Sunday peaked at 15°C making it feel more like mid April than late January.Read the full story ›
Normal service has resumed on the regions rail network following storm damage early on Thursday 18.
Trees fell on tracks and overhead lines during the strong winds. More damaged trees fell on overhead lines on Friday 19 adding to the disruption.
They were removed in the morning and normal service had resumed by 4pm.
UK Power Networks say the vast majority of homes and businesses have had their power restored and hope to have the last few completed today.
The line between Norwich and Liverpool street is experiencing delays after yesterday's heavy winds.
This morning more trees fell onto overhead wires between Stowmarket and Norwich. Greater Anglia say they expect the disruption is expected to continue until later this afternoon.
Around 1,300 homes and business in Suffolk are still experiencing power cuts with a further 700 in Norfolk affected. UK Power Networks say they are aiming to have power restored by the end of today.
In Hertfordshire the remaining trees on the roads have been made safe and will be removed today.
Hundreds of homes in the East of England are still without power after strong winds battered the region.Read the full story ›