Snow much for that - Despite the light covering readers share their snaps

A dog walker in Christchurch Park Picture: SARAH LUCY BROWN

A dog walker in Christchurch Park Picture: SARAH LUCY BROWN - Credit: Archant

It wasn’t the whiteout we had hoped for but the slight snow fall has encouraged readers to take stunning pictures of Suffolk.

A snowy Framlingham Castle Picture: ANDREW HIRST

A snowy Framlingham Castle Picture: ANDREW HIRST - Credit: Archant

Snow enthusiasts made sure they documented the snowy scenes they woke up to this morning.

Dozens of snaps were posted on social media and sent in to us.

The pictures were taken all over the county including some from Woodbridge, Framlingham and Bury St Edmunds.

The running track at Bury St Edmunds Leisure Centre under a blanket of snow Picture: MICHAEL STEWARD

The running track at Bury St Edmunds Leisure Centre under a blanket of snow Picture: MICHAEL STEWARD - Credit: Archant

The shots show fields, front gardens, and countrysides covered in blankets of snow.

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According to Weatherquest this might not be the end of the snow as a further couple of centimetres are predicted on Thursday night.

Bury St Edmunds Leisure Centre looking snowy Picture: MICHAEL STEWARD

Bury St Edmunds Leisure Centre looking snowy Picture: MICHAEL STEWARD - Credit: Archant

Yellow warnings had previously been in place until midday today, but they have since been extended and have now been put in place for both Thursday and Friday.

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Broomhill park and area in the snow Picture: DAVID VINCENT

Broomhill park and area in the snow Picture: DAVID VINCENT - Credit: Archant

Snow last night Picture: CARL KING

Snow last night Picture: CARL KING - Credit: Carl King

Snow today in Ipswich Picture: DAVID VINCENT

Snow today in Ipswich Picture: DAVID VINCENT - Credit: Archant

A light dusting of snow fell in Lindsey, Suffolk. Picture: ALISON TAYLOR

A light dusting of snow fell in Lindsey, Suffolk. Picture: ALISON TAYLOR - Credit: A light dusting of snow fell in Lindsey, Suffolk. Picture: ALISON TAYLOR

Tommy and Jack Bentley enjoying the snow in Sudbury Picture: ROSS BENTLEY

Tommy and Jack Bentley enjoying the snow in Sudbury Picture: ROSS BENTLEY - Credit: Bentley

Snow falling in Walsham le Willows Picture: DARREN ELLIS

Snow falling in Walsham le Willows Picture: DARREN ELLIS - Credit: Darren Ellis

Suffolk has seen its coldest night since the Beast from the East. Picture: SARAH CHAMBERS

Suffolk has seen its coldest night since the Beast from the East. Picture: SARAH CHAMBERS - Credit: Sarah Chambers

A snowy neighbourhood Picture: CARL KING

A snowy neighbourhood Picture: CARL KING - Credit: Carl King

A pretty winter scene at Broomhill park in Ipswich Picture: DAVID VINCENT

A pretty winter scene at Broomhill park in Ipswich Picture: DAVID VINCENT - Credit: Archant

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