A weather warning is in place across Norfolk with forecasts of heavy rain that could see flooding and travel disruption.
Parts of Norfolk have seen rain on more consecutive days than anywhere else in the country, weather experts have revealed.
The Met Office has issued a yellow weather warning for heavy rain which is due to hit Norfolk and Suffolk from today.
The summer ended with a bang this weekend with Norfolk lashed by gale-force winds and torrential rain.
Hundreds of households still remain without electricity across the county as engineers continue to work through a lengthy list of power failures from across the weekend.
Families and businesses across Norfolk are facing up to 24 hours without power as a major operation continues to reconnect properties.
Thousands of homes across the county have woken up without electricity following widespread power cuts as a result of the overnight weather.
Norfolk’s roads are “cluttered with debris” after strong winds and rain battered the region overnight, bringing more than 200 trees down, police have said.
Three people have been taken to hospital this morning following a crash which closed a road into the city for more than an hour.
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