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A yellow weather warning has been issued for the Anglia region tomorrow (Monday 30 April).
The Met Office has tweeted to show the extent of the weather expected.
The Owell Bridge in Suffolk has re-opened this morning following high winds overnight.
The road was closed at midnight and Highways England says has been monitoring wind speeds and has now opened the A14 in both directions.
Traffic was diverted via the A1156, A1189 and A1214 through Ipswich.
Environment Agency staff are on Canvey Island in Essex checking pumps ahead of expected heavy rainfall across East Anglia on Monday, particularly during rush hour.
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The wintry blast has continued to cause problems across the region after fresh snow fell overnight.
100 drivers were trapped on the A505 near Luton on Friday night (2nd March)
More snow meant cancelled trains and renewed safety warnings to drivers.
With temperatures rising slightly tomorrow it seems the worst of the weather is now over. But with a yellow warning for ice in the East of England in place until tomorrow morning, the danger is not yet past.
Police are also now warning motorists of the threat of waterlogged roads as the thaw begins.
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