Travel update: No problems on the roads
MOTORISTS and rail passengers can expect a relatively trouble-free journey this morning.
There are currently no reported problems on the roads or railways, despite the windy conditions.
A police spokesman said he was not aware of any issues on the roads, but more than 20 trees had been brought down across the county due to high winds.
He said: “We have had no problems anywhere in particular, but in excess of 20 trees have come down overnight.”
Forecasters at WeatherQuest said that a rather cloudy and windy day is ahead, although it should stay mostly dry.
You may also want to watch:
Top temperatures will reach 10C with a strong wind from the southwest.
Quayside container-handling and rail operations stopped at the Port of Felixstowe for about 90 minutes in the early hours – from around 2am – because of high winds, causing slight delays for lorry drivers.
- 1 'If offers are higher elsewhere, so be it' - Wigan CEO on losing Evans to Ipswich
- 2 Thunderstorms expected to continue until Saturday in Suffolk and Essex
- 3 Why these Suffolk villages were named among 'most beautiful to visit'
- 4 'We're keeping about 10% of the roster' - Johnson on Ipswich squad overhaul
- 5 Saxmundham man, 26, appears in court charged with 11 child sex offences
- 6 Shop opens at Suffolk village pub
- 7 Man and woman charged in connection with the theft of 85 dogs
- 8 Get ready for League One's 'Arizona Derby' as Lincoln follow Town with Phoenix investment
- 9 Traffic at standstill on A12 between Ipswich and Colchester
- 10 Ipswich Town transfer rumour: Blues 'in £100,000 tug-of-war' for non-league midfielder