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Yesterday, 12:23

A yellow weather warning for high winds has been issued by the Met Office for Essex and Suffolk across the weekend.

Tidal Surge around Suffolk's coast has caused major disruptions. Huge waves crash over sea defences in Southwold.

A predicted combination of high spring tides and strong winds from the north-west later this week has sparked a warning of potential flooding in coastal Suffolk.

Amazing sea surge - Lorraine Cooke

Emergency services are to meet today to discuss how they would handle a storm surge should it hit the East Anglian coast later in the week.

The fields around Yoxford had a light dusting of snow of Saturday night.

A field near Yoxford was photographed this morning with a dusting of snow, have you had snow year you?


There is a small chance of snow in Suffolk this evening and tomorrow morning, but the wintry showers are more likely to fall on Norfolk, say forecasters.


With snow a possibility this weekend, here’s our guide to staying safe on the roads when the white stuff begins to fall.

Bury St Edmunds had a covering of snow this morning.

Suffolk and Essex could see sprinklings of snow tonight and tomorrow.

Tendring District Council's Weeley offices, where planning committee meetings are held.

A planning committee meeting at Tendring District Council had to be abandoned last night after a power cut left the event in almost total darkness.

A fallen tree in Mayfield Road in Bury St Edmunds

Severe weather conditions have caused disruption across the region overnight.

Further wet and windy spells forecast as Storm Barney sweeps across the UK and East Anglia today

Train services affected as Suffolk and Essex suffer gale-force winds.

High winds are set to hit Suffolk and Essex. PA Photo: Chris Ison.

Strong winds gusting up to 65mph are likely to hit Suffolk and Essex tomorrow.

Hedgehog by Richard Bowler

The mild temperatures seen over the past few days are set to continue until the end of the month, according to forecasters.

Weather images from the Orwell Bridge area.

A series of severe gales causing havoc in parts of the country this week will not hit Suffolk or north Essex, forecasters have said.

Misty day at lunch time Southwold - Sharon Dow

Thick fog is affecting flights throughout the country but Stansted Airport is largely unaffected by the weather.

Staff at Growing Places, Ipswich, digging up their pumpkins - but what will they become?

Bright orange is the colour of the season on social media with photos of grinning pumpkins, golden sunsets and amber leaves.

Beautiful Suffolk has an autumn glow

Thursday, October 22, 2015
Down a side road in Debach, Woodbridge this morning was a Lane filled with Bushes and Trees with Rich Autumn Colours as the sun was shining on the leaves. Picture by Janice Poulson

Autumn is well and truly here, with the transition between summer and winter bringing out the best in beautiful Suffolk.

10 autumnal addresses in Suffolk

Wednesday, October 21, 2015
Road sign Chestnut Road

At this time of year, there is nothing more appealing than drawing the curtains and snuggling up on the sofa with a warming drink.

Users have been sharing autumnal photos of Suffolk on Instagram

With more than 300 million active users and 70 million photos posted each day, Instagram is one of the fastest-growing forms of social media.

Early hours of Monday 28/09/2015 the Eclipse of the Moon which then turned Red. First picture taken at 2.18. Last picture taken at 3.30 am. Picture by David Mayhew

Did you see the rare ‘Blood Moon’ over the Suffolk sky last night?

Rose, Florence and Katie Turner in the rain.

Almost half a month’s rainfall has fallen in Hadleigh this afternoon, according to amateur meteorologists.

What are the hot topics in Ipswich today?

Wednesday, September 16, 2015
Monty the John Lewis penguin

Weather, John Lewis penguins and street art are all being debated on Twitter today. Here we bring you a round up of your social posts from in and around Ipswich.

Despite wet weather, people head to Felixstowe for ice cream or just a walk in the rain.

Scarcely a few weeks have passed since talk of hot and humid temperatures interrupted by heavy rain and flash thunderstorms.

Traffic chaos caused by flooding on the A143 near Bury St Edmunds.

The final summer bank holiday of the year was a wash out, causing traffic chaos in parts of Suffolk, with roads flooding and cars getting stuck.

Heavy winds and rain hit Felixstowes seafront.

The Environment Agency has issued a series of flood alerts for the Suffolk and Essex coastline ahead of tonight’s high tide.

Rain in Haverhill, captured by reader Gavin Plummer

A Bury St Edmunds supermarket has shut after surface water flooding poured into the shop.

Heavy rain in West Suffolk has localised flooding.

It has been another wet and miserable day in Suffolk with heavy showers at times.

Emily makes the most of the rainy weather in Ipswich town centre.

Rain is set to continue across East Anglia today following a very wet start to the week.

The skies over Holland on Sea - John Robertson

An early riser captured these burning red skies over Holland on Sea this morning, the calmness belying the day that was to come.

It is going to be a changeable weekend weather-wise – but if you have heard of threats of tornados that may be a little wide of the mark.

It could be a hot weekend in Suffolk thanks to warm weather being brought up from the continent.

A rainy day in Ipswich.

Thunder, lightning, hail and torrential downpours are set to hit the region.

Curve Motion in Bury St Edmunds is a good day out for the kids.

Sadly, rainy days are not a rare thing when it comes to the Great British Summer, so when the heavens open we are well-stocked with things to do.

Crowds flocked to Felixstowe beach to enjoy the sunshine. 
L-R Layla Norman, Tom Offord, Ashton Norman ,Jake Norman.

Grab the warm, sunny summer days while they are here is the advice to holidaying families.

Felixstowe Beach

The region could see highs of 26 degrees Celcius tomorrow as the sunny weather continues.

A drizzly day in Ipswich town centre

Temperatures in the mid 20s are expected at the weekend

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