Winter may finally be over as Mediterranean temperatures are set to hit Norfolk and Waveney with many expected to see the hottest day of the year so far.
Next week looks set to be the warmest of the year with high temperatures of 21C in Norfolk.
After weeks of snow and rain Spring is set to arrive this weekend with some areas of Norfolk and Waveney set to be warmer than the Spanish capital.
Temperatures are to plummet in East Anglia this weekend with bitter winds making it feel as cold as -10C.
Norfolk and Waveney has just recovered from the deluge of snow brought by the Beast from the East and now the region is set to be hit by the Pest from the West.
The widespread snow across East Anglia could start melting over the weekend as temperatures rise above freezing.
Drivers in Norfolk are being urged to take care as road conditions they have not encountered for several years are set to sweep the county.
Forecasters say parts of Norfolk will see more snow overnight - and showers are likely to be heavier tomorrow.
The first flakes of snow have started falling in Norfolk amid forecasts of sub-zero temperatures across the region this week.
A week of “bitterly cold” weather has been forecast for East Anglia.
A prolonged period of “bitterly cold” weather is on the way for East Anglia with day time temperatures staying below freezing.
Parts of Norfolk could see further wintry showers today before temperatures plummet overnight.
Those dreaming of a white Christmas in the region this year are going to be disappointed once again.
The winner of the EDP Business Award for Breaking Boundaries is already making a positive contribution to schools and pupils in the county and further afield.
The Met Office has issued a weather warning for strong winds across East Anglia with the worst of the gusts expected to hit on Thursday morning.
High winds are predicted to blow across Norfolk and Suffolk tonight and tomorrow morning.
Police are urging drivers to take care on the roads following a day of heavy rainfall in Norfolk and Waveney.
While most of Europe is simmering in hot conditions, it seems as if summer is all but over in Norfolk and Waveney.
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.
Debate has raged over the past week about what could be behind a mysterious smell which has been reported in towns and villages across Norfolk.
A heatwave warning will remain in place until Thursday with temperatures in some parts of Norfolk hitting 30C yet again.
It may be spring but the region is still experiencing winter like conditions with temperatures dipping below freezing.
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