The winter sun shining through the fog on The Gangway, Cromer, today.  PHOTO: ANTONY KELLY

Fog lingers at Cromer while Norfolk enjoys autumn sun

Friday, November 16, 2012
6.30 AM

Misty murky weather shrouded the streets of Cromer yesterday, giving the town’s historic streets a Victorian thriller book chill for most of day while the rest of the county basked in autumn sunshine.

Just a mile away at the next village of Aylmerton the browning trees dappled and glistened in the low sun.

The resort was not alone in the region - as parts of Cambridgeshire, north Essex and Felixstowe suffered a similar fate because they had slightly higher moisture content in the air, and no wind to “mix it up,” said forecaster Chris Bell from Weatherquest. Today looked similar until a cold front arrived at the weekend.