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A weather warning for ice in Suffolk has been issued lasting from tonight into tomorrow morning – bringing with it more fears of travel chaos.
More schools in the region - mainly in Essex - have been affected by the snow and ice, with dozens remaining closed for the day,
After the region was hit by the first major snowfall of the winter on Sunday and earlier today, forecasters have provided an update on whether there will be another wintry blast tonight and early tomorrow morning.
We asked you to send us your pictures of you having fun in the snow – see if you can spot yourself in our video.
A number of schools have already announced plans to close across Suffolk and north Essex this morning after snowy weather hit the region.
More sleet and snow has begun in Suffolk this afternoon ahead of a temperature plummet forecasted for tonight.
Motorists are being warned of disruption on the region’s roads this morning as snow turns into ice following a weekend wintry blast.
Snow-lovers in Ipswich took full advantage of today’s weather by getting outside to enjoy the white cold stuff despite plummeting temperatures.
Further snow and sleet could be on the way as forecasters predict a second flurry tomorrow.
“If the lorry can’t fit, we can’t grit” - that is the message from Suffolk County Council as the gritters prepare to hit the county’s roads again later today.
The cold weather failed to deter one man in Bury St Edmunds who was seen just wearing the briefest of underpants and Wellington boots.