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Weather: Possibility of further snowfall tonight

17:34 21 January 2013

Forecasters are warning of more snow tonight

Forecasters are warning of more snow tonight


WEATHER forecasters are warning of the possibility of further snowfalls across Suffolk this evening.

Jim Bacon, of Norwich-based Weatherquest, said the weather will remain cold for the rest of the week and there could be further snowfall.

“Today’s temperature will creep into positive with 1C for a time near the coast but will stay close to freezing,” he added.

“There are one or two wintry showers hanging around and if they come tonight they could give a reasonable covering and cause further disruption.

“There isn’t any real change in the weather until after the weekend.”

Temperatures will reach a maximum of 1C and minimums of -4C.

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