Snowdrops hint at early sign of spring
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Spring may not officially start for another month but early signs of the changing season are popping up in Suffolk.
These snowdrops were seen in Dunwich by iwitness contributor Alison Connors.
Phil Garner, of forecasters Weatherquest, said the next 10 days are looking mild but that we may see a touch of frost on Monday and Tuesday.
Temperatures were slightly higher than average yesterday, reaching eight degrees in places, but experts say the overall pattern of weather is usual for this time of year.
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