Suffolk and the east of England has escaped the worst of Storm Atiyah which is battering the western side of the country.
It's set to be a blustery end to the weekend as forecasters predict strong gusts across the region.
We are in for a wet and windy weekend, and a blustery start to the week warn weather forecasters in East Anglia as they watch Storm Atiyah.
As the sun rose this morning, much of Suffolk was soaked in a red glow giving those travelling to work some colourful views.
Suffolk is set for a warmer end to the week - with temperatures on Sunday expected to reach 12C.
Suffolk woke to a spectacular sunrise this morning as the county was covered in a layer of frost.
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After days of rain and flooding, the Met Office has now issued a weather warning for ice across Suffolk and Essex.
The Environment Agency have issued new flood alerts this morning, this time for the Deben Estuary and the River Waveney.