Time lapse video: Bertha passes over Norwich

PUBLISHED: 09:19 11 August 2014 | UPDATED: 09:23 11 August 2014

Tony Sutton's Time Laspe video of Hurricane Bertha's remnants across Norwich.

Tony Sutton's Time Laspe video of Hurricane Bertha's remnants across Norwich.


From grey clouds skidding across the darkening horizon, to swirling rain and biting wind, before the arrival of calmer, blue skies - this video captures the passing of the remnants of Hurricane Bertha over Norwich on Sunday afternoon.

The video was filmed by reader Tony Sutton, using a dashboard-mounted camera in his car. He was parked on the top of Mousehold, looking towards the cathedral.

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The speeded up film shows the progress of the storm, as it traverses the city.

Mr Sutton posts online several videos captured on his dashboard camera. Others can be seen by clicking here.

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