Some parts of Suffolk experienced their coldest day in more than five years on Saturday (December 2). 

Dan Holley from Norwich-based Weatherquest posted on X, formerly Twitter, the areas of East Anglia that had their lowest temperature since the Beast from the East hit the region in early 2018.

Sub-zero temperatures were recorded across most of Suffolk on Saturday. 

Of Weatherquest's Suffolk stations, Santon Downham and Cavendish experienced their coldest day since the Beast from the East brought arctic temperatures and heavy snowfall in early 2018.

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The maximum temperature in these areas on Saturday was -2C and -1C respectively. 

Mr Holley said: "Extensive freezing fog meant that Cromer [in Norfolk] was the only station to climb above freezing on Saturday."

A yellow weather warning for ice is also in place for the whole of Suffolk and across the East of England from midnight until 8am on Sunday (December 3).