A yellow weather warning is in place for Hertfordshire this morning.
The deaths of an estimated 60 St Albans residents were recorded as 'excess winter deaths' during the winter of 2017 to 2018.
They say only three things are certain in life: death, taxes, and the famous fleet of Hertfordshire County Council gritters.
Weather in St Albans and Harpenden in October was cloudy and wet with close to average temperatures.
Rail operator Govia Thameslink is warning passengers that Thameslink, Gatewick Express and Southern services could see emergency speed restrictions in place tomorrow (Saturday) due to high winds.
Heavy rain is expected to hit large parts of the UK this afternoon, including across Hertfordshire.
Scientists in Harpenden have released weather information for September.
Gritters in Hertfordshire will not be sent out until it gets colder this winter - after councillors lowered the trigger temperature to 0.5°C.
The Met Office have issued a yellow weather warning for today.
A St Albans church invited real animals along for a Nativity scene with a difference.