Snow brings new beauty to Suffolk
SNOW can be both beauty and the beast.While motorists suffered dangerous conditions yesterday, the white stuff also produced a number of stunning vistas across the county.
SNOW can be both beauty and the beast.
While motorists suffered dangerous conditions yesterday, the white stuff also produced a number of stunning vistas across the county.
And wildlife seemed happy to see the snow as these pictures taken by The Evening Star photographers show.
The deer were spotted together in a field near Buxhall.
Other images portray various parts of the countryside transformed by a blanket of snow laid in the early hours of yesterday morning.
Police in Suffolk warned drivers to take care after one motorist careered off the road and into a field at around 7am yesterday.
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Evening Star weatherman Ken Blowers said the chilly weather, the coldest start to a winter for more than ten years, was due to continue for the rest of the week.
The highest temperature over the next seven days is expected to be around 2C - well below the January average of 6C.
Saturday was the coldest morning so far with temperatures dropping to a low of -7C.
But there was hope that milder weather will be on its way next weekend.