max temp: 9°C
min temp: 6°C
Spring is hitting the East with full force this weekend with temperatures expecting to reach the mid teens.
Bury St Edmunds has seen a dusting of snow this morning.
White snowdrops, blue skies and longer days signal the start of a new season.
Today’s high tides in Essex caused the road to Mersea Island to be closed by the coastguard and Essex Police.
It has been another bright, if chilly day in Suffolk.
Suffolk has basked in warm spring sunshine today – but a wintry spell is expected to bring rain, strong winds, freezing temperatures and possibly even sleet this weekend.
Fire chiefs in Essex hope a series of projects to prevent and warn the public about floods will stop heavy rainfall turning into a drain on the brigade’s resources.
A yellow weather warning has been issued across the East of England this morning.
People living in Bury St Edmunds have woken up to find their homes, gardens and streets covered in a smattering of snow – while over in Ipswich there is almost no sign of it.
Suffolk is likely to get hit by more snow flurries this week as temperatures drop as low as -4C (25F).