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Norfolk enjoys warmest October day for seven years as temperatures soar to 26C

PUBLISHED: 06:45 14 October 2018 | UPDATED: 11:38 14 October 2018

It has been the hottest October day for seven years. Picture: ANTONY KELLY

It has been the hottest October day for seven years. Picture: ANTONY KELLY

Archant Norfolk 2018

Norfolk enjoyed its warmest October day since 2011, with temperatures as high as 26C in Weybourne.

Yesterday was also the latest in the year that the region has had temperatures of 25/26C

Temperatures in some areas failed to drop below 20C, with highs of 25.5C recorded in Marham and 25.1C in Cromer.

However, temperatures have dipped this morning.

University of East Anglia-based forecasters Weatherquest say top temperatures on Sunday will be 20C and there is a chance of rain in some western parts of the county later today.

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