The recent sunny weather has come to an abrupt end today, with heavy rain in parts of Norfolk - and forecasters say temperatures will now plunge in the days ahead.
Temperatures across Norfolk and Suffolk were scorching on the warmest September day for four years.
Norfolk is set to sizzle, with weather forecasters predicting temperatures could reach the 30C mark in September for the first time in four years.
Autumn is upon us, but it looks as though summer is staging a fightback.
An earthquake felt across parts of southern England today was detected by a Norfolk research station.
The region looks set to bask in September sunshine with temperatures rising back into the mid-20s promising an mini-Indian summer.
Red sky at night and red sky in morning have guaranteed stunning pictures from our readers.
The last days of summer brought some of the chilliest August days in years to parts of Norfolk as a month of “extreme” weather drew to a close.
Heavy rain across Norfolk meant emergency services were busy last night (Thursday, August 27), with reports of flooding and difficult driving conditions.
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