max temp: 4°C
min temp: -1°C
A 57-hour weather warning for snow in Suffolk and Norfolk has said that some rural communities could be cut off.
A yellow weather warning for snow has been issued for much of the Eastern region, including Suffolk and Essex, next week.
Suffolk looks set for snow showers for much of next week, as latest forecasts suggest that Tuesday-Saturday is when the flurries will fall.
A winter weather front nicknamed the Beast from the East is set to strike the region early next week - causing temperatures to plummet and the chance of snow flurries.
Forecasters are predicting a cold start to the beginning of March as temperatures struggle to rise above freezing.
It may only be February but the first signs of spring are beginning to emerge in Suffolk – and these newborn lambs are among the more adorable clues that a new season is on its way.
Suffolk looks set for a dry and bright weekend of weather, with just patches of rain threatening to dampen Saturday and Sunday afternoon.
More wintry showers are forecast for Suffolk and Essex in the coming days – though it is unlikely to settle for long.
An icy blast of snow and frost gripped parts of Suffolk and north Essex today – with temperatures due to plunge to -4C tonight.
A mixed weather picture seems set to cover the county today, with a widespread frost and early showers dying out to be replaced by drier conditions later on.
Snow and sleet showers will affect East Anglia later today and overnight which could lead to some travel disruption across the region.
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