Mild, windy and mainly dry.Read the full story ›
Mild, generally dry and breezy.Read the full story ›
Dry and chilly overnight. Winds strengthening Sunday and becoming milder.Read the full story ›
Dry with some sunshine but a cold wind.Read the full story ›
There'll be long spells of sunshine in many places during Saturday before it turns cloudier and windier on Sunday.Read the full story ›
This weekend will be mostly dry with sunshine on Saturday and cloudy, windy conditions by Sunday.Read the full story ›
Temperatures throughout the Anglia region have peaked at 14C this afternoon, making it the warmest day of December 2014 so far.
It's a far cry from the same time last week when temperatures struggled to exceed 4C on the coldest day since March 2013.
It will feel colder on Friday as temperatures return to average for the time of year. 7C is the typical daytime high in East Anglia in mid-December.
It's been a very mild start to a December morning across the Anglia region and most of the UK.
With minimum temperatures around 11 or 12°C, they were well above the average maximum temperature for December of 7°C. The maximum is expected to reached 14°C in the Anglia region on Thursday.
The UK temperature record for a December day is 18.3°C set in 1948 in Achnashellach in the highlands of Scotland.
It reached 17.2°C in Thetford, Norfolk on 4 December 1953.
Temperatures have reached 12 to 13 Celsius throughout the Anglia region this afternoon, surpassing the average daytime December temperature by 6 degrees.
Following a sunny day yesterday, a warm front brought a spell of rain overnight and spread a warm sector across the south of the UK.
A warm sector describes a slice of mild and moist air that is captured between a warm front and a cold front. This normally originates in the Atlantic and is often a zone of cloudy, damp and mild weather.
This warm sector will remain in place until the end of the week when a cold front will clear it away, leading to colder, sunnier conditions by Friday afternoon.
Average December temperatures so far are keeping 2014 on course to be the hottest year on record in the Anglia region.Read the full story ›