max temp: 8°C
min temp: 6°C
An early lamb bouncing through the fields at Nowton Park and the first sign of their famous daffodils are a sure sign spring is on its way.
Should you wrap up warm, take a raincoat or set off early to catch a replacement bus?
Strong winds and high tides may cause flooding across the region’s coastal areas tonight, it has been warned.
Coastal residents in parts of Suffolk and Essex have been advised to make preparations for possible flooding this afternoon and into tonight.
The Environment Agency is expecting high tide levels in the region tonight and in the early hours of tomorrow and has warned: “Flooding is possible – be prepared.”
Members of a decades-old cricket club in west Suffolk have been left devastated after storm Doris decimated part of their ground, destroying vital equipment.
This weekend will see mild temperatures and a mix of rain, wind, cloud and sunshine.
A Colchester road reopened this morning after Storm Doris blew the roof off a block of flats.
The first lamb of the year at the National Trust’s Sutton Hoo site was born in the blustery early hours of this morning - and there was only one name that instantly came to mind.
Storm Doris has caused widespread disruption across Essex.
Ipswich’s MP has said work must continue to provide the town with alternative routes for diverted Orwell Bridge traffic in the wake of yesterday’s closure.
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