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Updated travel: Minor delays on rail

07:36 25 January 2013

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RAIL passengers are facing minor delays on the Felixstowe to Ipswich line this morning.

Greater Anglia has reported that signalling problems are causing delays of up to 30 minutes but a bus replacement service is operating between Ipswich and Felixstowe until further notice.

There are no reported accidents or delays on the roads.

Today’s weather is set to remain cold and dry with maximum temperatures of 1C and lows of -1C.

Forecasters are predicting up to two inches of snow across the region tonight before milder weather arrives.

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