Warm weather wakes up the wildlife on iwitness24

The winter weather has had us all perplexed with balmy temperatures punctuated by snow and a cold snap.

The temperature gauge hit 18C on Thursday and, while the forecast is for it to drop a few degrees this weekend, there is a feeling that spring is just around the corner.

The weather has also invigorated our iwitness24 community.

After sharing more than 750 photographs of snowy scenes earlier this month, the warm weather this week has also led to them getting out and about.

Peter Dent was by the River Bure in Coltishall, Leigh Caudwell was at Strumpshaw, Linda Green captured a beautiful sunset in Scarning, Stanley Groom saw some ladybirds - or bishy barnabees - in Attleborough and Janet Cane was at Rosary Road Cemetery in Norwich where she photographed a carpet of crocuses.


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