The record for the hottest ever late August Bank Holiday Monday temperature recorded in the UK has been set in Norfolk.
Temperatures are soaring across Norfolk as the country is set to see the mercury reach the thirties.
A heatwave warning has been issued for eastern parts of the country this weekend with it set to be the hottest August bank holiday on record.
This August bank holiday weekend is predicted to be a sunny one in Norfolk and Waveney with temperatures set to reach 29C.
The Met Office has placed the East of England under a yellow weather warning for thunderstorms.
Unseasonably strong winds and gusts of up to 50mph are set to sweep across the region today.
As the region braces for a lashing of severe wind and rain weekend events are being cancelled over safety fears.
The whole of East Anglia is under a yellow weather warning for strong winds this Saturday.
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