Flood warnings in place as Norfolk expected to be hit with heavy rain and thunderstorms

Lightning over Norwich. Picture: Dan Holly

Lightning over Norwich. Picture: Dan Holly - Credit: Dan Holly

The Met Office have issued a yellow weather warning for heavy rain and thunderstorms across Norfolk.

High winds are causing high tides and possible flooding. Yarmouth Harbour under attack from the bad

High winds are causing high tides and possible flooding. Yarmouth Harbour under attack from the bad weather.Photo: Nick ButcherCopy:For: EDPEDP pics © 2007(01603) 772434 - Credit: EDP pics © 2007

Saturday, June 2 is set to be a washout with a warning in place for heavy rain across the county and a risk of flooding.

The warning is in place from 6am on Saturday until 8pm.

A spokesman for The Met Office said: 'There is a small chance that homes and businesses could be flooded, causing damage to some buildings.

'Where flooding occurs there is a chance of delays or cancellations to train and bus services.'


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They added: 'Spray and flooding could lead to difficult driving conditions and some road closures. There is also a small chance that either flooding or lightning strikes could lead to power cuts or loss of other services to some homes and businesses.'

Norwich-based Weatherquest predicted that things would settle down and brighten by Sunday.

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Forecaster Richard Jones said: 'On Sunday things will settle down and we'll see somewhat more sunshine, with maximum temperatures in-land around 19C to 20C, with things being a little cooler on the coast.

'It will be a mainly dry day, with a small chance of isolated showers in the afternoon. The following week will also start off quite dry and settled, with some chances of mist and fog in the mornings.'

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