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Snow continues to fall in Norfolk this morning

10:03 24 March 2013

Walkers out in Cringleford as wintry conditions return.

Walkers out in Cringleford as wintry conditions return.

Archant

Parts of Norfolk have been affected by snow again this morning as the unseasonal weather conditions continue to cause problems across the country.

Snow is falling across south Norfolk again this morning to add to the couple of centimetres that fell on Saturday, covering trees, grass verges and rooftops.

Road conditions were variable this morning, with side roads being the worst affected, though main roads in the south of the county apply to be largely clear of laying snow at the current time.

There was no extra snow in Cromer, Great Yarmouth and Lowestoft overnight to add to snow that fell yesterday.

5 comments

  • The Norfolk Fens are so flat and ugly. At least the snow makes them look slightly attractive for a short time.

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    Dickens

    Sunday, March 24, 2013

  • Where does Archant get these story tellers from? No snow around my manor in Gorleston ! Get out of your office and take a look you Numptys at Archant.

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    yarco

    Sunday, March 24, 2013

  • What is the point of this news article? I know the papers have to put filler articles in when it's a slow news day, but really? Do I need to have pointed out to me that the snow has fallen on trees, verges and roof tops?!

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    dhkcw

    Monday, March 25, 2013

  • Comment in article is:- "There was no extra snow in Cromer, Great Yarmouth and Lowestoft overnight to add to snow that fell yesterday." Can honestly say, no snow worth a mention fell in Great Yarmouth town and surrounding area that actually settled yesterday, so why bother mentioning it, I know Yarmouth has a big area, but did anyone get any settle?

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    Spooky

    Sunday, March 24, 2013

  • The people of Norfolk do not care about snow anywhere. All we need to know is how Diss is doing :o)

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    ggj666

    Sunday, March 24, 2013

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