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Weather: Your snow reactions

PUBLISHED: 15:36 18 January 2013 | UPDATED: 15:36 18 January 2013

 
	A snowy scene on Straight Road, Foxhall

A snowy scene on Straight Road, Foxhall

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SNOW, to some it’s a symbol of winter and fun, to others it’s a nusiance that creates traffic problems and a hazard to walk on.

Here are your opinions on the snowy weather around the county today.

Scott Cogswell told us what he had been doing about the snow, he said: “I just got home from clearing the snow from the roads in suffolk. I’ve been up since 12am until 8:30am. I’m tired!!!! : )”

Simon Oakley posted on Twitter: “Snow? It WILL bring the region to a standstill...believe me, it ALWAYS DOES. All down to #BadDriving.”

Ben Garrod didn’t have problems with traffic however, he said on Twitter: “Ipswich buses are actually earlier than usual. I wish it would snow more often.”

Diane Miles’s Tweet said: “Snowing now in Rendlesham and settling.”

Luke Littleboy wanted to hear more about the winter weather, he said: “A real blizzard? Fantastic stuff. I want some live updates at the scene!”

For more live updates on the weather visit the weather blog

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