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Suffolk and Essex have experienced their coldest temperatures of this winter, forecasters have reported.
Rail commuters in Suffolk are warned that services this morning could depart earlier than scheduled due to “seasonal weather and the risk of leaf fall on the line”.
It may have been feeling a little more like winter in the past few weeks but the chill is not set to continue this week.
Temperatures will struggle to reach double figures in most places this weekend the Met Office has revealed.
The Aurora Borealis, more commonly known as the Northern Lights, have been visible in the UK this week.
People attending firework events this weekend are being advised to wrap up warm with temperatures set to drop to single figures.
After a very mild October the warm weather is set to continue into November.
Homes and businesses near to a Suffolk river are being advised to take “immediate action” in response to expected flooding early tomorrow, while some stretches of coastline are also on alert because of forecast tidal surges and strong winds.
There are currently no plans to close the Orwell Bridge despite a forecast of high winds, Highways England bosses have said.
Gale force winds are set to batter parts of Suffolk and north Essex tomorrow as a ‘weather bomb’ brought by Storm Brian sparks a series of safety warnings.
Weather forecasters are warning another storm could be on its way to the UK this weekend – bringing gusts of up to 70mph to East Anglia.
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