NASA shot shows blanket of snow over our region

PUBLISHED: 16:47 30 January 2019 | UPDATED: 16:47 30 January 2019

The snow across Norfolk from space. Picture: NASA

The snow across Norfolk from space. Picture: NASA


While many residents may have been disappointed by the snowfall this morning the sight from space tells a different story.

Shared on Twitter by Weatherquest meteorologist Dan Holly, this amazing picture captures Norfolk in a blanket of snow.

Although it may look like clouds forming over the county Mr Holly makes clear that the NASA picture shows the extent of snow coverage.

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Mr Holly posted: “With the exception of high cloud clearing east Norfolk and Suffolk, this satellite image from NASA reveals the extent of the light snow cover (0.5-2cm) across the region this morning.”

Snow can be seen from as far as Chelmsford and Cambridge all the way to the Norfolk coast.

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Although the affected area is vast, train services and roads were largely unaffected.

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