The Department for the Environment, Food and Rural Affairs has warned that our region is one of the worst-affected by "very high" levels of air pollution.

North-west Norfolk hit the highest warning level on Tuesday, but the smog has now spread across much of the East.

A gallery of images can be seen below

The seafront at Hunstanton in Norfolk is normally visible from here, but that wasn't the case today. Credit: ITV News Anglia
The Peterborough Nene Parkway. Credit: ITV News Anglia
Visibility was heavily restricted on the QEII Bridge in Essex. Credit: ITV
A Lorry travels across the QEII Bridge. Credit: ITV
Many cars were covered in sand from the Sahara. Credit: ITV
Windscreen wipers were working overtime today. Credit: ITV

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