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Is it snowing where you are? Readers capture wintry scenes across Norfolk and Suffolk

PUBLISHED: 10:23 30 November 2017 | UPDATED: 18:10 30 November 2017

Snow in Gorleston-on-sea. Photo: Richard Whale

Snow in Gorleston-on-sea. Photo: Richard Whale

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It may not have been a blizzard - but parts of Norfolk and Suffolk welcomed their first snowfall of the year on Thursday.

Snowfall captured at Saint Felix School in Reydon. Picture: SAINT FELIX SCHOOLSnowfall captured at Saint Felix School in Reydon. Picture: SAINT FELIX SCHOOL

A Met Office weather warning was put in place on Wednesday for icy patches on the roads, wintry showers and light snow across Norfolk and Suffolk, which will stay in place until Thursday afternoon.

Norfolk police also tweeted to warn drivers on Thursday morning, saying that snow was on its way and that drivers should be conscious of road conditions.

MORE: Norfolk and Suffolk wake up to an icy morning as wintry showers and snow move in



And though the counties certainly weren’t covered in a white blanket, parts of the region did see a dusting of snow.

People living in Oulton Broad, Southwold, Wymondham, Diss, Thorpe Marriott, Great Yarmouth, Bradwell, Gorleston, Beccles and Norwich reported snow on Thursday morning.

It was mostly a light covering - but wintry showers are expected to continue throughout the day.

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St Edmunds Church surrounded by a dusting of snow. Picture: JEREMY REEVESt Edmunds Church surrounded by a dusting of snow. Picture: JEREMY REEVE


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