A fresh weather warning for ice has been issued for parts of Suffolk as the freezing temperatures continue throughout this week.

The Met Office's yellow warning, which covers Beccles and Lowestoft, as well as the majority of Norfolk, is in place between 3pm on Wednesday and 12pm on Thursday.

It stretches down from the North East and includes the coastal areas of Lincolnshire and Yorkshire.

While the warning is in place, drivers have been urged to take care on slippery roads and pedestrians are warned to not walk on icy paths.

East Anglian Daily Times: Snow started to fall in Sudbury on Sunday eveningSnow started to fall in Sudbury on Sunday evening (Image: Newsquest)

In the last week, weather warnings for ice, snow and fog have been issued in East Anglia.

Snow started to fall in west Suffolk, including in Haverhill and Sudbury, on Sunday evening and continued into Monday morning.

East Anglian Daily Times:

The freezing conditions, caused by a cold blast of air from the Arctic, are set to last until the start of next week, when temperatures are expected to rise again.