January 27 2015 Latest news:
A wintry blast of snow could sweep across Suffolk this weekend.
More snow hit the region this morning as flurries swept across Essex and Suffolk around rush hour.
People across Suffolk are enjoying a frosty morning, with reports of snow in Sudbury, Bury St Edmunds, Eye, Ipswich and Henley.
The first flakes of snow this winter have fallen in Suffolk.
Wintry showers could hit Suffolk over the weekend as forecasters warn temperatures will struggle to stay above freezing.
Police in Suffolk have not been called to any weather-related incidents overnight, despite strong winds hitting much of the county.
Fans heading to the FA Cup 3rd round reply between Ipswich and Southampton at Portman Road tonight are unlikely to experience any extreme weather.
Suffolk was hit by heavy downpours this morning, leading to several accidents and flooded roads and there is more to come tomorrow.
Snow showers could hit Suffolk tomorrow with gusts of up to 50mph expected today, forecasters have said.
As East Anglia woke up to a frosty morning on Sunday, forecasters have warned that the week ahead is likely to be a mixed one.