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Another weather warning issued for ice in Norfolk and Waveney

Icy roads near Stalham. Picture: Nick Butcher

Icy roads near Stalham. Picture: Nick Butcher

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More icy conditions are on the way and the Met Office has issued another weather warning.

The yellow warning is in place from 5pm on Friday until 11am on Saturday across Norfolk and Waveney.

It states: “Ice will be a hazard in places on Friday evening and Saturday morning.

“The extent of hazards looks like being somewhat lower than preceding days, but where wintry showers fall, or there is still patchy snowcover, icy stretches are likely on untreated roads, pavements and cycle paths.”

The warning also states this may be the last wintry weather the region sees for a while with the cold, showery weather losing its grip by the weekend.

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