PICTURES: Snow go? Snow hits region for first time this year

Jack Wicks took his dogs out in the snow in Old Catton, Norwich, before it disappeared. Picture: Jac

Jack Wicks took his dogs out in the snow in Old Catton, Norwich, before it disappeared. Picture: Jack Wicks - Credit: Archant

Although the county did not get the blizzard it was expecting, Norfolk woke-up to a light covering of snow.

Hilary Todd woke up to a snow covered Woodton. Picture: Hilary Todd

Hilary Todd woke up to a snow covered Woodton. Picture: Hilary Todd - Credit: Archant

Here is a collection of what Norfolk looked like this morning, January 30, as different areas received a varying about of snow.

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Paul Osbrne capture this dusted field. Picture: Paul Osborne

Paul Osbrne capture this dusted field. Picture: Paul Osborne - Credit: Archant


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Nathan Clare had a nice view on his morning drive along the A505. Picture: Nathan Clare

Nathan Clare had a nice view on his morning drive along the A505. Picture: Nathan Clare - Credit: Archant

Kerry Ungermann woke to patchy snow in Wymondham. Picture: Kerry Ungermann

Kerry Ungermann woke to patchy snow in Wymondham. Picture: Kerry Ungermann - Credit: Archant

Swanton Abbott, near North Walsham, received a light coating. Picture: Joanne Cannon

Swanton Abbott, near North Walsham, received a light coating. Picture: Joanne Cannon - Credit: Archant

This tree braved the cold in Santon Downham . Picture: Kim Newman

This tree braved the cold in Santon Downham . Picture: Kim Newman - Credit: Archant

Katie Anderson snapped this picture on her morning walk. Picture: Katie Anderson

Katie Anderson snapped this picture on her morning walk. Picture: Katie Anderson - Credit: Archant

Lowestoft wakes up to a dusting of snow on Wednesday.

Lowestoft wakes up to a dusting of snow on Wednesday. - Credit: Archant

Dianne Cole had a frosty morning in Knapton. Picture: Dianne Cole

Dianne Cole had a frosty morning in Knapton. Picture: Dianne Cole - Credit: Archant

People across Great Yarmouth woke to a light dusting of snow. But will there be any more? Picture: L

People across Great Yarmouth woke to a light dusting of snow. But will there be any more? Picture: Liz Coates - Credit: Archant

Ellie Allen opened her bedroom curtains to a snow covered Watton. Picture: Ellie Allen

Ellie Allen opened her bedroom curtains to a snow covered Watton. Picture: Ellie Allen - Credit: Archant

Neatherd Moor in Dereham in the snow January 30, 2019. Picture: DONNA-LOUISE BISHOP

Neatherd Moor in Dereham in the snow January 30, 2019. Picture: DONNA-LOUISE BISHOP - Credit: Archant

Dereham Windmill in the snow January 30, 2019. Picture: DONNA-LOUISE BISHOP

Dereham Windmill in the snow January 30, 2019. Picture: DONNA-LOUISE BISHOP - Credit: Archant

Queen Mother's Garden, in Dereham, in the snow January 30, 2019. Picture: DONNA-LOUISE BISHOP

Queen Mother's Garden, in Dereham, in the snow January 30, 2019. Picture: DONNA-LOUISE BISHOP - Credit: Archant

Neatherd Moor in Dereham in the snow January 30, 2019. Picture: DONNA-LOUISE BISHOP

Neatherd Moor in Dereham in the snow January 30, 2019. Picture: DONNA-LOUISE BISHOP - Credit: Archant

Snow in Diss on 30 January 2019. Photo: William Litchfield

Snow in Diss on 30 January 2019. Photo: William Litchfield - Credit: William Litchfield

Snow in Attleborough on 30 January 2019. Photo: Debra Roberts

Snow in Attleborough on 30 January 2019. Photo: Debra Roberts - Credit: Debra Roberts

Snow falls across Norwich on Tuesday February 27. Picture: Archant

Snow falls across Norwich on Tuesday February 27. Picture: Archant - Credit: Archant

Walking to school in the snow in Wortham on 30 January 2019. Photo: Samantha Thornton

Walking to school in the snow in Wortham on 30 January 2019. Photo: Samantha Thornton - Credit: Samantha Thornton

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