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Travel & Weather update: No major problems on rail or road

07:31 18 December 2012

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THERE are no major delays or disruptions on the region’s roads this morning.

In Ipswich there has been an accident on the A137 Wherstead Road, northbound between B1456 The Strand and Wherstead Road which is causing some delays for drivers.

The day will be mostly cloudy with a few scattered, mainly light, showers this morning, which will mostly clear away this afternoon.

After a generally dull start, with widespread low cloud, it will gradually become brighter with larger cloud breaks with bright or sunny spells developing this afternoon.

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