Tesco store in Norwich reopens as Storm Doris blows over
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The Tesco superstore at Harford Bridge has reopened today as the chaos caused by Storm Doris calms down.
A spokesperson for the supermarket said the closure was due to high winds causing tiles to fall from the roof.
The store reopened at 8am on Friday and should remain open as usual for the rest of the day.
Customers will only be able to use one entrance to the Tesco as the other has been blocked off for health and safety reasons.
Across the region, many are still without power after Storm Doris brought down trees, certain public transport services have been suspended and five people were injured after a double decker bus overturned at Walton Highway.
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According to Weatherquest forecaster Phil Garner, today will be a calmer day, with wind speeds dropping, temperatures hovering around 10C to 11C and possible chances of showers.
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