Morning frost and ice affecting Norfolk roads

PUBLISHED: 08:14 17 December 2017 | UPDATED: 15:36 17 December 2017

Icy roads near Stalham earlier this week. Picture: Nick Butcher

Icy roads near Stalham earlier this week. Picture: Nick Butcher

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Norfolk has woken up to frosty and icy roads this morning.

Insp Lou Provart, from Norfolk Police, said on Twitter: “Please take care on #NorfolkRoads - lots of #ICE this morning which is causing hazardous driving conditions. Drive to the conditions and #DriveToArrive.”

There is no official Met Office weather warning for ice but many roads and pavements are covered with frost this morning.

There are reports of freezing fog.

Temperatures are below freezing across the county including -4C in Marham.

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