The return of freezing wintry weather and snow has seen schools across the Anglia region forced to close.Read the full story ›
The Met Office has issued a yellow weather warning for the risk of snow and ice in parts of the Anglia region overnight Sunday into Monday.Read the full story ›
With Hurricane Irma bearing down on the Caribbean and Florida, the Met Office has revealed the storm names for the UK's winter season.Read the full story ›
A number of outdoor ice rinks in our region are having to close temporarily due to the unseasonably warm weather.
Last month was the mildest November for more than two decades and one of the warmest on record in East Anglia.
The Winter Wonderland and ice rink in Colchester's Castle Park is one attraction that's suffering.
Click below to watch a report by ITV News Anglia's Liz Summers
The arrival of winter, traditionally heralded by the migration of Siberian swans, has come early as the first Bewick's arrive in Norfolk.Read the full story ›
Monday 1 December marks the start of the meteorological winter but why do winters in the UK vary so much year to year, from mild to cold and from wet to dry?
In this video, ITV Weather Forecaster Aidan McGivern examines the main global influences of the UK's weather during the coldest season of the year.
There are plenty of potholes across the region's roads and things could get worse once the cold weather sets in.
The Highways Agency has admitted they will not be repaired until next year.
Click here to watch Malcolm Robertson's report.
Most of us know the roads are more dangerous at this time of year, but it seems many motorists in the East aren't aware of exactly how to prepare for the risks.
The Highways Agency has been at the Snozone in Milton Keynes to remind motorists how to guard against the onset of snow and ice.
Click below to watch Elodie Harper's report.