Amazing flashes of lightning in Norfolk overnight
Norfolk was treated to a spectacular lightning show in the early hours of this morning.
Thunder could be heard too as many took out their cameras to capture the flashes.
Homes and roads have been effected by the weather overnight.
Homes in Southrepps, north Norfolk, are without power this morning and Norfolk Fire and Rescue Service were called out to one low-level flood on Longfields in Swaffham.
Crews were also called to The Common at Mulbarton at around 1.20am after reports of a house being struck by lightning.
However when the two pumps arrived, it had already been extinguished.
The Great Northern train line tweeted that delays are ongoing between Cambridge and King's Lynn because of flooding on the tracks.
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There are unconfirmed reports of flooding on Beeston Road by Church Road at Great Dunham this morning causing delays.
In Dereham, were reports of water and mud on the road on Swanton Road at the Northall Green Lane junction.
And the Holt Road at Langham was blocked because of large flint stones and mud on the road.
Power cuts are still affecting 14 customers in Southrepps, near Cromer, this morning.
At its height, about 12.30am, 1,840 customers lost power for nine minutes.
At 4.45am 315 customers were affected and all but 14 have since had supplies restored.
UK Power Networks engineers are working to restore power to those remaining, in the Thorpe Road area of Southrepps.
A spokesman for the firm said: 'We would like to reassure our customers that we are working as quickly and safely as possible to get their electricity back for them as soon as we can. We apologise for any inconvenience caused.'
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