The East of England has been told to brace itself for a cold weekend after a yellow weather warning for ice and snow was issued by the Met Office.
Norfolk has woken up to frosty and icy roads this morning.
A large area of land stretching between King’s Lynn and Cambridge will be destroyed as rising seas levels flood 1.7 million homes and devastate coastal communities, a chastening Met Office report has concluded.
People in Norfolk and Waveney can expect a “shock to the system” this week as temperatures dip sharply after a spell of unseasonably warm weather.
Summer is seriously over, as the Met Office announces temperatures in the east of England will reach a maximum of 13C this weekend.
Norfolk is being warned to brace itself for strong winds, as a band of wet weather could bring gusts of up to 60mph to the region.
It is expected to start off dry in East Anglia with rain becoming more likely during the afternoon.
It is set to be a wet start to the week in Norfolk and Waveney with the Met Office issuing a weather warning for thunderstorms.
The hot temperatures are set to come to an abrupt end on Tuesday afternoon with the Met Office issuing a weather warning for thunderstorms across Norfolk and Waveney.
Today could mark the end of the heatwave for the rest of the week as temperatures are set to drop dramatically from this evening.
Temperatures across East Anglia will be slightly above average next week but not as high as in previous weeks.
Roads are melting and hailstones the size of £1 coins have fallen as Norfolk faced extremes of weather this evening.
Fresh weather warnings have been issued for thunderstorms in parts of Norfolk as temperatures are set to hit 35C.
Dogs owners are being urged to not walk their pets during the hottest part of the day after reports of pooches getting blistered paws.
Today has officially been the hottest day of the year in the region as mercury has risen to peaks of 33.3C in some areas.
People are being warned to stay out of the midday sun as the Met Office has issued an amber heatwave warning covering the region.
Visitors to this year’s Royal Norfolk Show are being advised to take care in the sun today.
Norfolk and Waveney is set to feel a lot warmer this week with some places seeing highs of 27C.
Hay fever sufferers in Norfolk and Suffolk are likely to have a miserable week as pollen levels soar.
The Met Office have issued a yellow weather warning for heavy rain and thunderstorms across Norfolk.
Large parts of Norfolk could be in line for thunderstorms and flash flooding today, with the Met Office putting a yellow weather warning in place.
A weather warning for rain has been put in place for parts of Norfolk with thunderstorms set to sweep across southern parts of the UK.
It was a wet and windy start to the week, with flood warnings in place across the region.
Six more clifftop homes at Hemsby are to be demolished, after strong winds and high tides ate away at more of the cliff face and rendered the properties dangerous.
Strong winds and high tides have eaten away yet more of the cliff face in Hemsby, with seven cliff face properties at imminent risk.
The high tide and bad weather overnight has resulted in further loss of cliffs at Hemsby.
The scorching heat of just a week ago seem a distant memory today, with patchy rain and drizzle hitting the region.
A weather warning has been issued for Norfolk and Waveney due to heavy rain which could cause flooding at the beginning of next week.
Dreaming of springtime sunshine for the Easter weekend? Don’t get your hopes up just yet.