Latest weather forecast for East of England

PUBLISHED: 09:58 13 January 2010 | UPDATED: 07:31 30 May 2010

LIGHT sleet and snow is a possibility later today and it will remain cloudy and cold across the region, the Met Office has said. Temperatures will remain below freezing during the night which could lead to icy conditions on untreated surfaces in the morni

LIGHT sleet and snow is a possibility later today and it will remain cloudy and cold across the region, the Met Office has said.

Temperatures will remain below freezing during the night which could lead to icy conditions on untreated surfaces in the morning.

Today (Wednesday January 13)

Another cloudy day is expected with occasional sleet or snow developing across much of the region by the afternoon, but with most of it light. Temperatures will be above freezing, but it will still feel very cold in the wind. The maximum temperature will be 3 °C.

Tonight

It will stay mostly cloudy through the evening and overnight with outbreaks of light sleet and snow dying out. Icy conditions are expected on untreated surfaces. Some mist or fog patches will form. The minimum temperature will be -2 °C.

Thursday (January 14)

It should be mainly dry but it will continue to be mostly cloudy and cold with mist and fog likely over the hills. Some showery rain is likely towards the southeast. Will feel slightly less cold with maximum temperatures reaching 4 °C.

Outlook for Friday (January 15) to Sunday (January 17)

Freshening winds on Friday with perhaps a little rain later. Windy on Saturday with rain at times. Mainly dry and bright on Sunday. Becoming less cold by day.


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