Winter wonderland as cold returns

MUCH of Suffolk woke up to winter wonderland scenes today as it was another frosty start in the county.

MUCH of Suffolk woke up to winter wonderland scenes today as it was another frosty start in the county.

However it could have been the last bout of frost for the season as conditions are expected to turn wet and windy and the temperatures are set to increase even more.

According to The Evening Star's weather expert, Ken Blowers, temperatures overnight were a chilly -2C (28F), but this was expected to rise to 5C (41F) later today.

He said: “The weather will be quite mild now and probably remain at its average for this time of year, which is about 6C (43F).


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“It won't turn bad again for another 48 hours and then it will be windy and wet. There won't be much more frost now.

“At the end of the week there will be high pressure developing over Scandinavia, which will bring more cold air from the continent.”

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Suffolk County Council's gritters were out on the main routes overnight.

Last Sunday Suffolk's 17-day cold spell came to an end and with milder temperatures to come, it seems Spring is finally on the way.

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