Almost 500 people in Norfolk were without power this morning (Wednesday, January 15) after the county was battered by high winds.
Norfolk and Suffolk are set to be hit by up to 70mph winds tomorrow.
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.
Heavy rainfall has sparked flood alerts for the rivers Bure, Ant, Thurne, Waveney and Yare.
Parts of the region have been told to brace themselves for flooding, with a number of alerts from the Environment Agency in effect.
Motorists have been warned to take extra care this morning as heavy rainfall is forecast across the region.
Flood warnings remain in place for parts of Norfolk following a blustery few days.
Flood alerts have been issued for large parts of the Norfolk coast and rivers Waveney, Bure Thurne, Ant and Yare.
Images have been released showing what Great Yarmouth's Market Place will look like following a £3.5m redevelopment.
A string of shops and off-licences was raided this morning as a multi-agency operation swung into action.
More than 17,000 cigarettes and some £10,000 worth of alcohol have been seized following a multi-agency swoop in two locations in Norfolk.
Police are treating a house fire in Great Yarmouth as a suspected arson attack.
Bargain hunters cleared the shelves - and then made off with them too - as the Debenhams closing down sale entered its last few hours.
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