Norfolk morning traffic: Delays on A47 and A10

Traffic on the A47 Acle Straight near Great Yarmouth. Picture: DENISE BRADLEY

Traffic is building across the county as the bad weather continues. - Credit: Denise Bradley

Traffic is building across Norfolk this morning with reports of delays on the A47 and A10.

The Met Office has issued a yellow weather warning for parts of Norfolk and police have warned drivers to adapt their driving to the conditions. 

Delays of nine minutes reportedly affected motorists on the A47 at Runham as people headed into Great Yarmouth - with congestion stretching along the Acle Straight.

There were increasing delays on the A47 in the westbound direction towards Norwich near Lingwood.

Further delays affected the A47 on the other side of Norwich, near Honingham and Hockering, where the average speed was reportedly 20mph.

Traffic was building on the A10 at Hardwick Roundabout where congestion stretched to Setchey.

In Norwich, Colman Road, Mile End Road, and Newmarket Road experienced the usual heavy queuing.

Queues on Newmarket Road reached back to Cringleford.

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Dereham Road saw congestion build near New Costessey and Bowthorpe Employment Area.

Closer to the city centre traffic was delayed on Dereham Road where the street meets Grapes Hill with queues that reached back to Bowthorpe Road.

Drayton High Road and Middleton's Lane were also seeing delays.

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