A 12-hour weather warning for ice has been issued for part of Suffolk. 

Following days of heavy rain to start 2024, the county is now set to experience a spell of cold weather. 

A cold weather alert, issued by the UK Health Security Agency, is currently in place until Friday, January 12. 

The Met Office has issued a yellow weather warning for south Suffolk, with the possibility of snow set to hit the county today.

Forecasters are warning that ice and snow could lead to slippery surfaces between 3pm on Monday and 3am on Tuesday. 

The warning covers areas including Haverhill, Clare, Sudbury, Ipswich and Felixstowe.