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Forecasters are predicting a chilly mix of rain, sleet and snow as East Anglia braces for another week of near-freezing temperatures.
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Suffolk highways will be gritting the A12 and A14 as they prepare for sub-zero road temperatures in East Anglia tonight.
Temperatures are set to remain low across Suffolk over coming days although we will escape the snow that is forecast for other parts of the country this weekend.
Snow has started to fall in parts of the region with flakes landing in Finningham, Framlingham and Bury St Edmunds.
A few flakes of snow have fallen in Bury St Edmunds and parts of west Suffolk this morning - but forecasters say there is little chance it will settle.
People are being warned to take care on the roads as a cold blast of ice, hail, sleet and snow heads for East Anglia.
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