Snow to fall over East Anglia this weekend - but it won’t settle for long

PUBLISHED: 17:20 08 December 2017 | UPDATED: 18:37 08 December 2017

Snow covers beach huts at Southwold. Picture: JEREMY REEVE

Snow covers beach huts at Southwold. Picture: JEREMY REEVE

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Snow is expected to fall in Suffolk and Essex over the weekend - see the latest forecast here.

According to Richard Jones, forecaster at Weatherquest, the region is facing a few bitterly cold days with the chance of sleet, snow and nighttime frosts.

He said: “We have got a frosty night tonight (Friday) with minimum temperatures of -2C (28F).

A snapshot of the weather forecast for Saturday. Picture: MET OFFICEA snapshot of the weather forecast for Saturday. Picture: MET OFFICE

“It will be a cold start tomorrow morning with noticeably bitter temperatures.

“Saturday will be largely dry with some bright and sunny spells through the day.

A chance for snow on Sunday in East Anglia. Picture: MET OFFICEA chance for snow on Sunday in East Anglia. Picture: MET OFFICE

“As we go into the early hours of Sunday there will be a frost in the first part of the night.

“Then a weather front of sleet and snow will come in.

“Even in Suffolk we may see some accumulation of snow on Sunday.

“But this will turn to rain as the weather front pushes northwards.

“It will be a wetter day after the early sleet and snow.”

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