Suffolk wakes to a frosty start
IT IS wise to stay wrapped up for the next few days as the county is experiencing its coldest spell of the winter so far.This morning people woke up to a chilly minus 7 degrees Celsius, 20degrees Fahrenheit - the same temperature as Saturday and Sunday night.
IT IS wise to stay wrapped up for the next few days as the county is experiencing its coldest spell of the winter so far.
This morning people woke up to a chilly minus 7 degrees Celsius, 20degrees Fahrenheit - the same temperature as Saturday and Sunday night.
This dramatic drop in temperature is caused by an anticyclone over the continent, which produces clear skies.
Ken Blowers, The Evening Star's weatherman, said: “This is the coldest spell we have had all winter. The temperature falls very quickly at night when there are clear skies.
“There will only be a couple more days like this and then it will get warmer from Wednesday onwards.
“It has not rained for 12 days which is very rare for this time of year.”
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By the end of the week, the temperature will be a much milder 11 degrees Celsius, 52degrees Fahrenheit, however it will be cloudier with strong winds.