Your weather pictures from around the Anglia region January 2021

January 2021

A selection of stunning images of the weather in the Anglia region.

Send your pictures to angliaweather@itv.com to feature Or tweet @ChrisPage90 and @WeatherAisling


Flooding in Fitchingfield, Essex 14 January 2021 Credit: Cliff Lawson
Peahen in Dereham 18 January 2021 Credit: Lindy Bishop
Sunshine in Northamptonshire 18 January 2021 Credit: Paul Clarke
Some snowfall near Peterborough 14 January 2021 Credit: @HazzaBell on Twitter
Sunrise at Lowestoft 13 January 2021 Credit: @JulieCDurrant on Twitter
Sunrise in Ely 13 January 2021 Credit: Sally Redgrave
Kestrel spotted in Castle Acre 12 January 2021 Credit: Julie Bell
Norfolk coast sunshine 12 January 2021 Credit: @twoedwards on Twitter
Sunny cold start in Rothwell, Northamptonshire 11 January 2021 Credit: Paul Clarke
Sunny spells in Woodbastwick 11 January 2021 Credit: Steve Thomas
Crisp sunrise in Cambrigeshire 7th January 2021 Credit: @NatalieHHughes on Twitter
Ely sunrise with showers 7th January 2021 Credit: VeronicaJoPo on Twitter
Cumulonimbus cloud featuring a rainbow. Looks to contain wintry precipitation too Wednesday 6th January 2021 Credit: @ar_ar888 on Twitter
Two swans in Ferry Meadows Peterborough - 6th January 2021 Credit: Paul Broom
The sun rising on a partly cloudy morning on Monday 4th January 2021 Credit: David Bradley
Birds on a partly frozen lake in Lincolnshire on Monday 4th January 2021 Credit: @compasswing
Sunny spells in Great Plumstead on Monday 4th January in 2021 Credit: Steve Thomas
Some sunshine breaking through the clouds on 3rd January in 2021 in Hertfordshire Credit: Jeannette Hancock
A cloudy day in Suffolk on 3rd January in 2021 Credit: Karren Dutton
Sunny spells on the 2nd January 2021 in Old Martlesham Credit: Paul Coates
Some sunshine on the 2nd January 2021 Credit: Teresa Footman
A cloudy day in Essex on the 2nd January 2021 Credit: Craig Williams
New Years Day in Staith Credit: Lisa Ludkin
New Year's morning in Ely Credit: Sally Redgrave

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