Sussex weather forecast for Tuesday, January 26
Today (Tuesday, January 26) will see a frosty, icy but largely dry start for the county, according to the Met Office.
There will be some brighter spells at first in the east but cloud will soon thicken with rain, heavy at times, and strong winds moving in from the west.
The maximum temperature is expected to be 6°C.
According to the Met Office, there will be light rain in the evening, which will move away eastwards to leave the rest of the night dry but largely cloudy. The minimum temperature is expected to be 3°C.
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