Snow continues to fall in Norfolk this morning
10:03 24 March 2013
Walkers out in Cringleford as wintry conditions return.
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.
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