Travel: No reported problems on roads
MOTORISTS and rail passengers can expect a stress free journey during this morning’s rush hour.
A spokesman for Suffolk police said there are no reported accidents on the county’s roads.
A pile of debris on the A14 at Creeting St Peter caused minor issues earlier however this has since been cleared.
There have been minor disruptions on the rail lines, with only an earlier signalling problem causing the 6am service from London Liverpool Street to Norwich to be delayed by 11 minutes.
Meanwhile, weather conditions will start off relatively chilly, but it will remain dry with sunny spells and cloud.
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At their best, temperatures will reach 12C.
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