North-easterly gusts brought a band of wintry showers to parts of the region on the day the clocks went forward.
Storms Ciara and Dennis, combined with fast-moving jet stream gusts, saw the east of England experience its windiest month in three decades in February – and its wettest in 10 years.
Norfolk is one of a few places across the country which is set to miss out on the impact of Storm Jorge.
The A140 has reopened after being closed in both directions as emergency services dealt with the scene of a crash between a van and a car.
A weather warning for snow remains in place for Norfolk today.
Almost a week after Storm Ciara brought widespread destruction and disruption to Norfolk and Storm Dennis is set to bring with it more carnage when it hits later this afternoon.
Nearly a mile of the A140 was closed for more than four hours today whilst engineers worked to repair a fault in overhead power lines.
Visitors to Thetford Forest have been warned to take extra care as high winds are expected.
Forecasters have extended the weather warning for storm Dennis, which could bring 50mph gusts of wind to Norfolk and Suffolk at the weekend.
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