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Photo gallery: Autumn arrives in Norfolk

PUBLISHED: 10:55 01 October 2013 | UPDATED: 10:55 01 October 2013

Autumn colours creeping into the palette of Norwich in the Rosary Cemetery. Photo: Steve Adams

Autumn colours creeping into the palette of Norwich in the Rosary Cemetery. Photo: Steve Adams

The rich and golden glories of nature have delighted us throughout September as warm sunshine and balmy evenings extended the summer into the days of autumn.

The nights may now be pulling in as October begins and we start the inevitable approach to winter. But as these fantastic pictures from our photographers show we have plenty to light up our memories of a glorious month.

Shades of yellow and orange set the landscape ablaze, bushes are laden with ripe berries, squirrels get their autumn preparations under way and people enjoy a few last moments sitting on deckchairs on our beaches.

Dan Holley, of Norwich-based Weatherquest, said that, with the high pressure over Scandinavia, known as the Atlantic weather 
front, continuing to dominate our region, we can all look forward to more dry and sunny conditions this week.

Temperatures are likely to be in the mid to high teens and tomorrow appears mostly clear. But make the most of it, because Thursday looks to be indicating a turn, bringing rain in the afternoon.

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