A new weather warning has been issued in Norfolk amid freezing temperatures. 

The Met Office has put a yellow warning for snow and ice in place between 1am and midday tomorrow. 

Parts of the county saw snow showers earlier this week with Cromer Pier being forced to close several of its attractions due to "adverse weather" conditions.  

Snow and ice are now expected to lead to disruption across most of the county.

Some areas of Suffolk, including Lowestoft, will also be impacted by the colder weather. 

Roads and railways are likely to be affected and there is a higher risk of injuries due to slips and falls on icy surfaces. 

It was confirmed yesterday that households across Norfolk will get a share of cold weather payments triggered by sustained freezing temperatures.

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A spokesman for the Met Office said: "After the unsettled Christmas and New Year period we are now seeing an abrupt change to much colder weather with temperatures below average for January."

Temperatures are expected to plummet to -3C across the county in the early hours of Thursday morning.