Cold snap set to hit Norfolk with frosts and wintery showers
- Credit: James Bass
A cold snap bringing bursts of wintery showers could be on its way as the temperature turns toward the beginning of the week.
Forecasters are predicting thermometers to flirt with freezing overnight on Tuesday and Wednesday, with the chance of morning frosts.
It is a far cry from the heatwave as temperatures soared at the beginning of the month to 22C, and overnight temperatures fall to 2C with highs during the day of around 9C.
The Met Office says the weather is set to be 'cold and windy with sunny spells and locally heavy wintery showers on Tuesday and Wednesday.
'Overnight frosts likely. Generally cloudy Thursday with scattered showers, but feeling a little less cold.'
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Monday will be a breezy and generally cloudy day - mostly dry at first, but some outbreaks of rain spreading from the northwest during the morning and lasting through the afternoon with a maximum temperature of 14C.
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