Chance of isolated snow flurries overnight in Norfolk
PUBLISHED: 19:57 01 December 2012 | UPDATED: 20:02 01 December 2012
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Isolated wintry showers are likely to continue over Norfolk this evening as temperatures dip below freezing.
Met Office forecasts say the majority of the county will have a dry and clear night, with widespread hard frost forming in most areas. Temperatures could drop as low as -3C in some parts.
Norfolk police have advised motorists to be careful on the icy roads in the morning, with temperatures not due to rise above freezing before noon.
A spokesman said: “We’d advise motorists to take it easy on the roads early in the morning. We’re not aware if the roads are being gritted this evening, so we are telling people to be careful on their way around the county.”
Sunday will be dry and sunny for much of the day though it will become cloudier in the west of the county, with a maximum temperature of 3C.
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