The north Norfolk coast will be one of the coolest parts of the county this week, as northerly winds keep the temperatures down.
A weather warning has been issued for Norfolk and Waveney due to heavy rain which could cause flooding at the beginning of next week.
Norfolk experiences its hottest day of the year today - and the warmest since the beginning of July 2017.
Warm winds from the Mediterranean have brought a blisteringly hot April day, with temperatures in the region about double what they normally are this time of year.
A week of “bitterly cold” weather has been forecast for East Anglia.
A prolonged period of “bitterly cold” weather is on the way for East Anglia with day time temperatures staying below freezing.
Fireworks fans are advised to wrap up warm for displays over the weekend as temperatures are predicted as low.
Storm Aileen might have passed but forecasters have warned that it is not quite a case of gone with the wind - with more strong gusts on the way.
High winds are predicted to blow across Norfolk and Suffolk tonight and tomorrow morning.
Temperatures are expected to soar across Norfolk tomorrow, but not before a night of rain and thunder.
max temp: 25°C
min temp: 17°C