Norfolk residents are being warned to prepare for more cold weather as the freezing nights are expected to continue in the county over the next few days.
Almost 500 people in Norfolk were without power this morning (Wednesday, January 15) after the county was battered by high winds.
Norfolk is bracing itself for high winds of up to 50mph.
Norfolk and Suffolk are set to be hit by up to 70mph winds tomorrow.
Police are on the look-out for four males who left a teenager with facial injuries after an attack and attempted robbery earlier this week.
While 2019 was one of the sunniest and warmest years on record in East Anglia, rainfall in the region was only average despite the deluge of the last three months.
New Year celebrations will be able to kick off in style as forecasters predict good weather with some sunny spells.
From a distinctly dry start to record breaking temperatures and sudden downpours over the past few weeks, 2019 has been a meteorologically mixed bag.
Flood alerts remain in place for a number of Norfolk rivers following heavy rain over the Christmas period.
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