max temp: 10°C
min temp: 3°C
Storm Doris has caused widespread disruption across Essex.
Power cuts and fallen trees are causing disruption to homes, businesses, roads and railways across Essex today as high winds hit the county from Storm Doris.
A not-so-frighteningly named storm is set to wreak havoc on our roads today with gusts of up to 65mph expected on the A14 and A12.
Ipswich market has closed early today over safety fears as Storm Doris heads towards Suffolk.
Motorists could be facing travel chaos in and around Ipswich today as high winds threaten to close part of the A14.
Extra electricians will be on hand tomorrow in case strong winds cause damage to the region’s power system.
Here we bring you an update on what is happening around the region as Storm Doris makes her presence felt.
The Orwell Bridge is likely to be shut tomorrow as winds of up to 70mph batter parts of Suffolk and north Essex.
The milder temperatures will continue today in the East of England, with the day remaining largely cloudy and with some light rain.
Just weeks after snow fell in Suffolk and Essex, temperatures could hit highs of 17C (62.6F) in parts of the region today.
An early taste of springtime is set to bring soaring temperatures to the UK next week – with Suffolk forecast to see the very warmest of the weather.
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