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.
Neighbours have been praised for rallying round to help police clear a fallen tree which blocked a road following high winds.
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.
Summer is set to come to an end this weekend as the county prepares for heavy rain and unseasonably strong winds.
A weather warning has been issued for thunderstorms across Norfolk and Waveney with the risk of lightning strikes, hail and strong winds.
Girls or boys who dream of becoming ballerinas are put into dance classes as soon as they can walk.
A busy pub has closed for a major six-figure refurbishment that will create eight new jobs and include new multi-screen viewing area for sports-mad customers.
Fans of KFC are in for a treat as the finger-licking chicken brand is set to open seven new drive-thrus in Norfolk.
Fire fighters have helped rescue a dog trapped underneath a shed.
Two former pubs which date back to the 19th century could be turned into housing.