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Weather: Forecasters predict that more snow could be headed our way

19:16 19 February 2013

More snow could be headed to Suffolk.

More snow could be headed to Suffolk.


MORE SNOW showers could be headed our way later this month forecasters have revealed.

Forecasters for WeatherQuest said temperatures were set to turn “sub zero” in the coming days due to frosty conditions and bitterly cold winds.

He said that come Thursday and Friday the conditions could cause more wintery showers to arrive,

He said: “That very cold easterly wind and that really will continue into Friday as well.

“The cloud perhaps thick enough then for one or two snow flurries especially later in Friday night there may will be the indication of a few more wintery showers developing across the county.”

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  • But then it's not that long ago you were telling us we were going to get three solid weeks of freezing weather. A prediction almost immediately followed by some beautiful sunny days.

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