Snow now unlikely in Norfolk

Weather experts said today that previously predicted snow storms for the region now look less likely - but the cold snap is set to continue.

Weather experts said today that previously predicted snow storms for the region now look less likely - but the cold snap is set to continue.

Yesterday, weather experts were predicting that snow would yet again return to Norfolk.

However, temperatures last night were relatively mild at 3-4 degrees Celsius, but will be close to freezing through the week.

John Bacon, a forecaster for WeatherQuest, said: 'It's going to be until Thursday before we see some reasonable breaks in the cold.'


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'Through tonight we're still likely to see spits and spots of rain,' he said.

'Because temperatures are close to freezing there's a chance some of that rain will turn slightly sleety.'

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But Mr Bacon said that large snow showers in the county were not likely.

'If we get some snow at the moment it will be a light covering and it won't last very long,' he said.

'We're not talking about a blizzard here.'

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