The thermometer has dropped to nearly -6°C in some parts of the Anglia region as the cold snap bites.Read the full story ›
The cold snap in the Anglia region has plunged temperatures to -4°C and brought a dusting of snow to many parts.Read the full story ›
The Met Office has two yellow weather warnings in place for the risk of snow and ice in the Anglia region overnight Saturday into Sunday.Read the full story ›
The Met Office has issued a yellow weather warning for strong winds in Norfolk and Suffolk.
The weather warning is in force from noon until 9pm on Thursday 14 January
The Met Office says a period of northerly gales, and locally severe gales along the coast, will develop over eastern parts of Yorkshire by midday, moving south to affect coastal parts of Lincolnshire and then across Norfolk and Suffolk by early evening.
Gusts of 50-60 mph are possible inland and locally 70 mph along the coast.
"Very strong northerly winds are expected to develop as a deepening area of low pressure moves east into the southern North Sea during today.
"The strongest winds are expected to affect the coast, but even inland some gusts of 60 mph seem likely."
Will we see any snow? How cold will it get? How long will the cold weather last? Aidan McGivern has the answers.Read the full story ›
ITV Anglia's Weather Forecaster Aidan McGivern looks at our chances of snow during the next few daysRead the full story ›
A driver had to be rescued by fire crews after his car became stuck in flood water in Essex.
Crews used a boat to release the man at Cobham Mill in Shalford.
They warned drivers to be careful on flooded roads.
Racing tomorrow is ABANDONED due to excessive rain. Apologies for any inconvenience this may cause. Our next meet is on 28th Jan 2016.
Six schoolchildren have been rescued by firefighters after their bus became trapped in flood water in Essex.
The bus was stuck in a flooded narrow lane at Farnham near Bishop's Stortford after a nearby stream overflowed following heavy rainfall overnight.
Leading Firefighter Dave Morland said: “The bus was in a narrow lane and had stopped to let a lorry go the other way. The water was deeper than he expected.
"It seems as the driver waited, water entered the exhaust, causing the bus problems and the engine cut out leaving the driver and his six passengers stranded.
"We carried the children to the water bank, they were all very brave and we were pleased to get them safely out pof their predicament quickly and safely. A local company took them into their office where they warmed up."
The Environment Agency has issued further flood alerts in the Anglia region as the wet start to January continues.Read the full story ›