Sussex weather forecast for Monday, January 25
Today (Monday, January 25), it will be a dry but cold day across the county, according to the Met Office.
After a frosty start with icy patches today will see long sunny periods.
The Met Office said winds will be mainly light inland but breezy near the coast.
The maximum temperature is expected to be 5°C. Tonight there will be long clear spells overnight with another sharp frost and icy patches, the Met Office said.
There will be light winds inland. The minimum temperature is expected to be -5°C.
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