Hazardous conditions remain in Norfolk and Suffolk

Picture of snow-covered A140 on March 1. PIC: Norfolk Police Twitter

Picture of snow-covered A140 on March 1. PIC: Norfolk Police Twitter - Credit: Archant

Police are warning drivers in Norfolk and Suffolk to only travel if it is necessary as treacherous conditions continue,

A police officer pictured up to his knees in snow on the A140 on March 1. Picture: NORFOLK POLICE

A police officer pictured up to his knees in snow on the A140 on March 1. Picture: NORFOLK POLICE - Credit: Archant

Police are warning drivers in Norfolk and Suffolk to only travel if it is necessary as treacherous conditions continue,

Roads are still hazardous and motorists are advised to only make journeys if they are needed and for people to plan ahead and check the route.

The A140 is again closed in both directions this morning due to snow drifts.

Farmers trying to help clear the A140 with their tractors on March 1. Picture: NORFOLK POLICE

Farmers trying to help clear the A140 with their tractors on March 1. Picture: NORFOLK POLICE - Credit: Archant

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It is closed between Swan Lane in Long Stratton and B1134 Station Road/Tivetshall Road at Pulham Market.


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Greater Anglia have said to only travel by train if necessary.

An amended service is running today and all updates can be found here.

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School closures:

Most schools in south Norfolk, south west Norfolk, north Suffolk and west Suffolk are closed.

For a full list of Norfolk closures click here.

For a full list of Suffolk closures click here.

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