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Warning over 'bitterly cold' weekend

PUBLISHED: 13:46 08 January 2010 | UPDATED: 15:51 06 July 2010

FORECASTERS have warned that this weekend could be the coldest of the winter with temperatures feeling as low as -12C in some parts of Suffolk.

Temperatures during the day will remain similar to the past few days in which it has struggled to get above freezing point.

FORECASTERS have warned that this weekend could be the coldest of the winter with temperatures feeling as low as -12C in some parts of Suffolk.

Temperatures during the day will remain similar to the past few days in which it has struggled to get above freezing point. But a bitterly cold north-easterly wind is set to make it feel much colder.

Weatherman Ken Blowers said: “The wind is going to get up which will make the wind chill very severe. The days could feel just as cold as the nights.”

Steve Western, a forecaster at Weatherquest, said it could feel as low as -12C in some parts of Suffolk.

“The wind chill is a presumed temperature. It is just how human beings feel the temperature. It is what we call the equivalent temperature. It will feel bitterly cold.”

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