A winter wonderland - views from the Bump
- Credit: Archant
North Norfolk has woken up to a blanket of snow, as freezing temperatures plunged the county into its coldest week so far this winter.
Among our readers out and about with a camera this morning (Tuesday, February 6) was Perrie Linton, who wandered up to the top of Beeston Bump in Sheringham.
The 207 feet (63m) high cliff top hill afforded majestic views of the town and coastline covered in white.
And another reader, Sue Bignell, took a series of stunning photos showing the snow around West Runton - with the snow breaking through the clouds.
If the forecasters are right, this will not be the last of the snow to fall in the area this week.
More is expected to hit north Norfolk this evening from 9pm or 10pm, but the fall should turn in rain throughout the night. Tomorrow (Wednesday) should be drier with a predicted high of six degrees.
READ MORE: Snow falls in parts of Norfolk.
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