Headline: Early showers clearing east, then dry and largely sunny. Cold.
Today: Most places will have a cold but largely sunny day, once early showers across Norfolk, Suffolk and Essex quickly clear away eastwards this morning. There is risk of icy stretches on untreated surfaces this morning. Maximum Temperature 2C.
Tonight: Dry and clear initially, with temperatures quickly falling and a slight frost developing. Overnight milder conditions, with cloud and outbreaks of rain will arrive, although icy stretches may temporarily form. Minimum Temperature -2C.
Wednesday: Any residual overnight cloud and rain will soon clear, then dry and bright for a while before showers or longer spells of rain spread east through the afternoon, sometimes heavy. Maximum Temperature 6C.
Outlook for Thursday to Saturday: Windier for Thursday and Friday with sunshine and scattered showers, but mainly dry and fine with sunny spells for Saturday and lighter winds. Rather cold or cold with overnight frosts.