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Strong winds could reach speeds of 50-60mph tonight, but will have died down by Monday morning rush hour, according to forecasters.

More ice is expected Suffolk and Essex this weekend, with a chance of snow for some in East Anglia.

It certainly felt cold enough to snow last night, so when can we expect a second helping of wintry showers?

Playing games in the snow is perhaps seen as something children love to do more than adults.

Drivers have been warned to take great care on Suffolk's road as snow settles in parts of the county, resulting in "terrible driving conditions".

People are being warned to take care on the roads as a cold blast of ice, hail, sleet and snow heads for East Anglia.

A rapid change in temperatures in the stratosphere could bring another Beast from the East to the region during January.

The Met Office have issued a yellow weather warning for fog this evening and into tomorrow morning.

If you're hoping for a White Christmas in East Anglia in 2018, you're almost certain to be disappointed - but you really shouldn't be surprised, according to Paul Geater.

It's snow joke - the Met Office has forecast the cold stuff this weekend in Suffolk and north Essex.

Forecasters are warning Suffolk and north Essex could see a sprinkling of sleet over the next few days - as overnight temperatures look set to plummet.

It's been a wet weekend so far - so what does the weather have in store tonight and tomorrow?

Drivers have been told that the Orwell Bridge has now closed following reports of high cross-winds.

The Orwell Bridge was re-opened in both directions just before 3pm amid huge tailbacks.

A yellow weather warning has been issued to the East of England with widespread winds expected to disrupt travel inland.

Over the last five years there have been 12 major closures on the Orwell Bridge as a result of weather disruption - here we look more at the impact this has.

Large areas of land stretching as far as Lowestoft in north Suffolk down to Clacton, Walton-on-the-Naze and Mersea Island on the Essex coast are set to be destroyed as rising seas levels flood homes and devastate coastal communities, a chastening Met Office report has concluded.

The Met Office has issued a yellow weather warning for fog this morning which could make conditions difficult for motorists during the rush hour.

Plenty of sunshine is on the cards this weekend, but it will be feeling colder with ground frost appearing.

Yellow and amber weather warnings have been issued for the UK tonight, with high winds potentially set to shut the Orwell Bridge.

Wind conditions are being monitored on the Orwell Bridge after weather forecasts suggested gales of up to 60mph.

A cold blast is set to see temperatures in Suffolk and Essex plummet into the weekend.

Balmy autumn temperatures have kept winter at bay in Suffolk and north Essex this October - but temperatures could plunge into single figures this week, according to forecasters.

For those looking for a nice autumnal stroll along the Suffolk coast this weekend, there will be plenty of time during daylight hours to walk along the beach while the tide is out.

Once the mist and fog clears this morning, it is set to be a dry and bright day in Suffolk and north Essex with plenty of sunshine expected over the weekend.

Highways chiefs have said there are no plans to close the Orwell Bridge currently despite some brisk winds in the region.

Suffolk and Essex are in line for another warm day - though with less sunshine and a greater chance of rain than yesterday.

The Met Office have issued weather updates after a "meandering jet stream" began to form over the Atlantic this week.

While many of us have started to notice Christmas novelties in shops across the region, summer looks to be making a brief comeback in the East.

It is set to be a wet and windy day turning cold tonight, but there are no longer weather warnings in place.

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