max temp: 6°C
min temp: 1°C
Gritters are out on Suffolk’s vital roads tonight and tomorrow morning ahead of dropping temperatures and a risk of icy conditions.
A number of coastal roads and footpaths in our region are at risk of flooding due to unusually high tides.
After a bit of a damp and wet start to the day it’s set to get brighter later with good spells of sunshine being predicted by this afternoon.
Get your umbrellas and wet weather clothes out this afternoon and watch out for some gusty winds this morning.
Early birds and commuters will have woken this morning to slightly warmer temperatures with areas of Suffolk experiencing unseasonal highs of 12-13C in the early hours.
A grey and gloomy day will see some rainy spells with unseasonably warm weather set to stick around.
Suffolk’s forecast looks grey and damp, before turning dark and wet as a cold eastern front sweeps across East Anglia.
Suffolk has woken to a layer of frost this morning - but it is set to be a fine and dry for the rest of the day.
It’s been a wet weekend so far - so what does the weather have in store tonight and tomorrow?
Drivers have been told the Orwell Bridge will now close at 10am this morning, missing the morning rush hour.
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.