Snow falls in Suffolk and north Essex

Snow-covered flats by the River Orwell in Ipswich

Snow-covered flats by the River Orwell in Ipswich - Credit: Vishnu Prathap

Suffolk and north Essex woke up to snow on Saturday morning - here's a selection of some of the best snaps.

Darren Burford braved the snow in shorts as he had a snowball fight with his daughter Jessielee

Darren Burford braved the snow in shorts as he had a snowball fight with his daughter Jessielee in Needham Market - Credit: Charlotte Curbison

The Met Office previously issued an amber weather warning for snow for Saturday, with forecasters expecting up to 10cm to fall in parts of East Anglia.

Joseph Daniel captured a slate of white in Woolpit

Joseph Daniel captured a slate of white in Woolpit - Credit: Joseph Daniel

Suffolk snow

Finn and Evie with their snow creations in their east Ipswich garden - Credit: Archant


Tyre tracks left in the snow in east Ipswich

Tyre tracks left in the snow in east Ipswich - Credit: Archant


It also warned of potential power cuts and delays to travel during the snowfall, with the warning in place until 2pm.

Marc Bennett took this picture of snow in Eye

Marc Bennett took this picture of snow in Eye - Credit: Marc Bennett

David Demaj with his Ipswich Town-supporting snowman

David Demaj with his Ipswich Town-supporting snowman - Credit: Albert Demaj

Forecasters have said snow is likely to fall throughout the morning before it makes way for light rain in the early afternoon.

It is expected to be another frosty day, with temperatures of up to 4C forecast.

Snow settling on an Ipswich street

Snow settling on an Ipswich street - Credit: Archant

Share your pictures of the snow with us here.

Snow covers an Ipswich garden

Snow covers an Ipswich garden - Credit: Contributed

A garden in Great Wenham covered in snow on Saturday morning

A garden in Great Wenham covered in snow on Saturday morning - Credit: Archant



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