- Today , Sunny , High 6°C 43°F Low -1°C 30°F Wind speed 26 mph 42 km/h Westerly
- Wed , , Sunny Intervals , High 5°C 41°F Low 2°C 36°F Wind speed 22 mph 35 km/h Westerly
- Thu , , Light Cloud , High 8°C 46°F Low 0°C 32°F Wind speed 18 mph 29 km/h Westerly
- Fri , Light Cloud , High 5°C 41°F Low 0°C 32°F Wind speed 14 mph 23 km/h West South Westerly
- Sat , Sunny , High 5°C 41°F Low -2°C 28°F Wind speed 13 mph 21 km/h North Westerly
- Sun , Light Cloud , Likely high 5°C 41°F Likely low 1°C 34°F Wind speed 9 mph 14 km/h West South Westerly
- Mon , Light Cloud , Likely high 7°C 45°F Likely low 1°C 34°F Wind speed 13 mph 21 km/h South Westerly
- Tue 23 Jan , Thick Cloud , Likely high 7°C 45°F Likely low 4°C 39°F Wind speed 13 mph 21 km/h Southerly
- Wed 24 Jan , Thick Cloud , Likely high 8°C 46°F Likely low 3°C 37°F Wind speed 15 mph 24 km/h Southerly
- Thu 25 Jan , Light Cloud , Likely high 6°C 43°F Likely low 1°C 34°F Wind speed 12 mph 19 km/h West South Westerly
High 6°C 43°F Low -1°C 30°F
East of England
A cold day, with a strong wind giving a significant wind chill. There will be sunny spells but also showers in places, most likely in the west. These may turn to sleet, or perhaps snow, later in the day.
It will stay windy and cold with some isolated sleet or snow showers possible giving a risk of icy stretches. Many places dry with clear spells.
Met Office warnings issued for Suffolk
Yellow warning of windUpdated 16 January at 11:39
- 2100 on Wed 17 January
- 1100 on Thu 18 January
Very strong winds will affect parts of the UK during Wednesday night and into Thursday. The strongest winds are expected to transfer eastwards across the warning area before clearing by late morning.
Road, rail and ferry services may be affected, with longer journey times and cancellations. There is also a possibility that some bridges may close. Power cuts may occur, with the potential to affect other services, such as mobile phone coverage. Injuries and danger to life from flying debris are possible, along with some damage to buildings.
In addition, large waves are expected to affect some western coasts with beach material being thrown onto sea fronts, coastal roads and properties.
Issued by the Met Office