Summer is finally over as temperatures are set to plummet to single figures this week. 

The Met Office has said that Norfolk will see temperatures lower than 10C overnight in the coming days. 

The county has experienced drier weather than the rest of the country this week, despite thunderstorm warnings remaining in place on Monday morning. 

There are also flood alerts in place for parts of north Norfolk today. 

Heavy showers are expected heading into tomorrow afternoon, but temperatures may still reach as high as 21C. 

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Thursday will be a clearer day with some showers and temperatures remaining in the high teens. 

It is high pressure building overnight on Friday and Saturday that will see cooler temperatures overnight across the region, as low as 9C in some areas. 

Grahame Madge, a spokesman for the Met Office, said: "It's signalling the transition from summer to autumn. 

"Weather patterns over the last few weeks with heat and thunderstorms are much more akin to summer.

"Temperatures are still a bit above average but we're very much into an autumnal feel now."