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Norfolk Fire Service received a series of flooding-related calls following storms which brought with it torrential rain and thunder across the county.
Temperatures are set to rise across Norfolk in the coming days with parts of the county seeing highs of 27C by the end of the week.
Forecasters are warning that heavy rain and possible thunder could bring flooding to homes and businesses in East Anglia this afternoon.
Heavy rain is on the way to Norfolk and Waveney, the Met Office says, though temperatures will stay warm.
A heatwave warning will remain in place until Thursday with temperatures in some parts of Norfolk hitting 30C yet again.
The Met Office have issued a weather warning for strong winds in the region with a chance of gusts of up to 60mph.
People have been out across the region today enjoying the sunshine while it lasts as a weather warning is in place for heavy rain.
Temperatures across the region are set to soar as high as 20C this weekend as a fresh weather front moves in.
Storm Doris brought disruption to the Great Yarmouth and Waveney areas, with trees ripped up, fences blown down, and traffic lights out of action.
Drop-in centre volunteers have spoken of their shock as strong winds tore a section of roof from Gorleston Baptist Church as they set up for lunch.
Drivers are being urged to be prepared before setting out on journeys on Thursday with Storm Doris set to sweep across Norfolk and Suffolk with winds in excess of 70mph in some places.
Homeowners and businesses are being advised to take basic precautions to protect themselves and their property ahead of severe weather warnings for Norfolk.
The Coastguard is warning people to avoid coastal areas of Norfolk amid predictions of gale-force winds from Storm Doris.
Storm Doris could bring gale-force winds to north Norfolk coastal areas tomorrow.
Temperatures may have hit a high of 17.5C in Norfolk yesterday, just one week after snowfall hit the county.
A yellow weather warning has been issued for the region as drivers are urged to drive safely in thick fog and icy conditions.
Following yesterday’s tidal surge which threatened parts of the region, two further warnings have been issued, this time concerning the River Bure.
Flood defences appear to have held firm against one of the largest tidal surges to hit the east coast in recent years.
Emergency services have united to issue safety warnings, but say there are prepared for the worst, as the borough continues to brace itself for a tidal surge.
Heavy snow is falling across East Anglia and the region remains on a yellow weather alert for high winds and ice.
Flood alerts have been issued along the Norfolk and Suffolk coast due to high tide levels and strong winds, with people being warned to stay away from beaches.
Great Yarmouth Borough Council has warned people to stay away from beaches, promenades and piers in light of weather warnings.
The region could be set for snow towards the end of the week, with forecasters warning of Arctic air and winds moving south.
Drivers are being warned to take care this morning, as cold temperatures and fog could create difficult conditions on the roads.
The Met Office has issued a yellow weather warning for fog, warning of difficult driving conditions on the roads this morning.
max temp: 20°C
min temp: 12°C
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