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Storm Darcy continues to wreak havoc across Norfolk and Suffolk

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Heavy snowfall in Norfolk and Suffolk last night is causing traffic chaos as Storm Darcy continues to batter the county.

Drivers have been reminded by police to only travel if essential, with conditions on roads said to be 'worsening'.

The Met Office confirmed yesterday that warnings for snow and ice will remain in place until Wednesday.

The A140 at Long Stratton has been closed after a lorry jackknifed, whilst other vehicles have been left broken down and abandoned along the road.

Norfolk Fire and Rescue Service tweeted: “Please only leave your home if absolutely necessary. Road conditions are very poor with large snow drifts blocking minor routes. If you must travel ensure you are prepared to recover your vehicle from drifts and are suitably clothed for the weather.”

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