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What’s the weather going to be like in Norfolk and Waveney this weekend?

PUBLISHED: 10:28 01 May 2020 | UPDATED: 08:08 02 May 2020

Norfolk's weekend weather is set to bring sunny spells with a few isolated showers, some of which will be heavy. Picture: Ruth Brown

Norfolk's weekend weather is set to bring sunny spells with a few isolated showers, some of which will be heavy. Picture: Ruth Brown

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Forecasters are predicting a predominantly sunny weekend in Norfolk - but people are being warned to expect some heavy showers.

A rainbow over the Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital. Picture: Rachel PereiraA rainbow over the Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital. Picture: Rachel Pereira

Weather across Norfolk and Waveney should stay relatively dry, with a sunny start on Saturday and Sunday (May 2-3).

But both weekend afternoons may bring showers, some of which could be heavy on Saturday.

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A spokesman for Norwich-based forecaster, Weatherquest, said: “Saturday will be dry with sunny spells in the morning, but increasing cloud will bring a few isolated heavy showers during the afternoon, mainly over Norfolk, with most places staying dry.

“There will be a light to moderate westerly or north-westerly wind.”

“For Sunday, any mist or fog patches around in the morning will soon clear, leaving a dry day in many areas with sunny spells, but there is a small risk of a shower developing during the afternoon.

“There will be a light southerly wind.”

Maximum temperatures are expected to reach up to 15C on Saturday and 15-17C on Sunday.


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