Overcast

Overcast

max temp: 12°C

min temp: 2°C

Search

Weather: Your snow reactions

15:36 18 January 2013

 
	A snowy scene on Straight Road, Foxhall

A snowy scene on Straight Road, Foxhall

(c) copyright citizenside.com

SNOW, to some it’s a symbol of winter and fun, to others it’s a nusiance that creates traffic problems and a hazard to walk on.

shares

Here are your opinions on the snowy weather around the county today.

Scott Cogswell told us what he had been doing about the snow, he said: “I just got home from clearing the snow from the roads in suffolk. I’ve been up since 12am until 8:30am. I’m tired!!!! : )”

Simon Oakley posted on Twitter: “Snow? It WILL bring the region to a standstill...believe me, it ALWAYS DOES. All down to #BadDriving.”

Ben Garrod didn’t have problems with traffic however, he said on Twitter: “Ipswich buses are actually earlier than usual. I wish it would snow more often.”

Diane Miles’s Tweet said: “Snowing now in Rendlesham and settling.”

Luke Littleboy wanted to hear more about the winter weather, he said: “A real blizzard? Fantastic stuff. I want some live updates at the scene!”

For more live updates on the weather visit the weather blog

Related articles

shares

2 comments

  • i find it hard to beleive that a little snow stopes everything.on the roads..never had this problem years ago and the weather was worst.why dont the council use sand as vehicles would then get a grip and not come to a standstill.why !!!

    Report this comment

    stansmith

    Saturday, January 19, 2013

  • Where is it, been waiting all day, nothing.

    Report this comment

    Kevin Smith

    Friday, January 18, 2013

The views expressed in the above comments do not necessarily reflect the views of this site

Halifax Town v Braintree Town - Kenny Davis

Braintree Town take on Altrincham, needing just a point to secure a place in the National League play-offs.

The A11 at Elveden.

An air ambulance has landed on the A11 at Elveden to help a woman who was involved in a car crash.

Waterloo Road in Ipswich.

Police helped control traffic as firefighters extinguished a car blaze.

Ralph Crich suffered a cardiac arrest at Ipwich Town's home game against Fulham on April 19. He has since made a speedy recovery and will be going to watch ITFC against MK Dons tomorrow.

When Ipswich Town fan Ralph Crich left Portman Road 11 days ago, he was, in his own words, nearly dead.

Malcolm Metcalf at the Old Cattle Market bus station in Ipswich.

An 82-year-old man who set himself the challenge of travelling around England on his bus pass has made his stop in Ipswich.

Match Centre

Live match updates from Ipswich Town’s final home game of the season, against Milton Keynes Dons.

Neighbours objecting to the original proposed demolition of Woodbridge police station for housing

Plans to turn an empty police station into housing have been knocked back at the second time of asking.

EADT food review, Berridges restaurant, Ipswich. French-style chicken.

Charlotte Smith-Jarvis uncovers ‘hidden’ eatery Berridges restaurant in the centre of Ipswich

Stock picture of Suffolk Fire and Rescue Service fire engines.

Firefighters helped free a man who was trapped in his car after it collided with a tree.

Braintree Town have secured a place in the National League play-offs

Braintree Town set-up a two-legged National League play-off semi –final with Grimsby following their 3-0 win over Altrincham, a result which also relegated the visitors.

Most read

Most commented

HOT JOBS

Show Job Lists

Topic pages

Streetlife

Newsletter Sign Up

Great British Life

Great British Life
MyDate24 MyPhotos24