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Travel/Weather: Snow causes disruption across the region

PUBLISHED: 07:49 18 January 2013 | UPDATED: 07:59 18 January 2013

People are urged not to travel unless necessary.

People are urged not to travel unless necessary.

Archant

SNOW has caused problems for people across the county this morning.

Greater Anglia services were disrupted by snow on the lines in Norwich, with many trains cancelled this morning.

The Met Office has issued an amber warning for the East of England with 5-10cm of snow possible today.

The county’s major roads are clear but traffic is slow moving in many areas and motorists are advised not to travel unless absolutely necessary.

Many schools in the county have also closed and elsewhere in the region Norwich Airport is shut today.

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