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Photo Gallery: Images of the snow working its way across East Anglia

10:08 18 January 2015

A flurry of snow hit the region this afternoon. Photo: Antony Kelly.

A flurry of snow hit the region this afternoon. Photo: Antony Kelly.

Archant Norfolk 2015

A band of snow showers is working its way across the county this morning, settling in some areas.

Where there's a will, there's a way! Even with the light dusting, 3-year-old Hollie Ellis and mum Colleen Ellis still managed to build a little snowman in Taverham.Where there's a will, there's a way! Even with the light dusting, 3-year-old Hollie Ellis and mum Colleen Ellis still managed to build a little snowman in Taverham.

It is expected to clear up by noon, with a dry and bright afternoon ahead.

• Important advice to follow ahead of the arrival of snow, sleet and ice in Norfolk this weekend

Chris Bell, weather forecaster at Weatherquest, said: “There is a pretty large area of snow showers moving across the county from Cromer, across to Dereham and down towards Wymondham.

“Almost all of the county is going to see a few showers, even Norwich or Great Yarmouth.”

He said it would clear away for a dry and bright afternoon.

Mr Bell expected there to be some light rain or sleet tomorrow morning.

• Fancy seeing your photos in our gallery? Send them to sophia.france@archant.co.uk

5 comments

  • weaversway - a clue - it melted before you made your comment.

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    Cyril the Canary

    Sunday, January 18, 2015

  • This is the 'North Norfolk News' Where in that area is there snow?

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    weaversway

    Sunday, January 18, 2015

  • Love the snowman - that's the British spirit!

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    Cyril the Canary

    Saturday, January 17, 2015

  • what snow?

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    calmudownboy

    Saturday, January 17, 2015

  • Can you tell us which is or are the sheep in the photo from Easton Otley Farms? The one on the lead or the one in the blue anorak?

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    Patrick

    Saturday, January 17, 2015

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