High winds are expected to continue as Norfolk records some of the highest speeds across the East of England.
A yellow weather warning for wind remains in place across Norfolk and Suffolk as storm Gareth batters the region.
A yellow weather warning remains in place across Norfolk and Suffolk as forecasters warn strong winds will continue to batter the region.
A yellow weather warning is in place across Norfolk as snow and strong winds are expected for the county.
All of Norfolk is now covered by the weather warning which forecasters issued around Storm Freya - after the area which could be battered by winds was extended.
Strong winds have been battering Norfolk for the second night this week, with Storm Erik expected to bring gusts of as high as 70mph in parts of the region today.
This weekend is going to be a cold one, so wrap up warm if you are venturing outside.
Norfolk is waking up to a blanket of fog after the coldest night of the year so far.
Forecasters have revised the hours when the next weather warning for snow and ice across Norfolk and Suffolk will be in place.
A fresh winter weather warning has been issued for East Anglia.
A yellow severe weather warning remains in place for snow and ice overnight on Tuesday and into Wednesday.
Norfolk could see heavy snow in the week ahead, according to Met Office forecasters who have issued a yellow weather warning.
The Norfolk coast could be hit by winds of close to 70mph, with forecasters issuing a warning there could be disruption to transport and power cuts.
Frost has taken hold of the region overnight with another freezing morning.
A combination of high tides and strong winds have sent waves crashing over the sea walls around the Norfolk coast.
Forecasters are warning of coastal flooding across Norfolk this week prompted by a cocktail of 50mph winds and high spring tides.
Summer is set to return to the region this week as temperatures are expected to reach the mid-twenties.
The eastern region saw its hottest day of the year on Sunday as temperatures reached 27C in some areas.
Norfolk and Suffolk has been enjoying another day of warm sunshine but isolated thunderstorms this evening will see temperatures drop.
Bank holiday revellers are due another scorching day in the sun, as the hot weather looks set to continue until tomorrow.
It was a wet and windy start to the week, with flood warnings in place across the region.
A weather warning has been issued for Norfolk and Waveney due to heavy rain which could cause flooding at the beginning of next week.
The region is set for another day of blue skies and sunshine, as temperatures continue to rise.
Grab your sun cream and head for the coast - rising temperatures over the next few days are set to make Norfolk hotter than several holiday hot spots.
After weeks of snow and rain Spring is set to arrive this weekend with some areas of Norfolk and Waveney set to be warmer than the Spanish capital.
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