Norfolk can expect a largely warm and dry bank holiday weekend, with temperatures likely to reach the early 20s by Monday.
As temperatures soared to create the hottest day of the year, people in Norfolk have been making the most of the easing of lockdown measures to bask in the sunshine.
The hottest day of the year is expected to hit Norfolk on Wednesday - but thunderclouds may be gathering.
The region is set to bask in sunshine this week as forecasters predict temperatures will consistently hit the mid-20s.
Forecasters are predicting a dry and bright couple of days as Norfolk and Waveney heads into its first weekend since lockdown restrictions were eased.
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Temperatures are set to soar for part of the VE Day Bank Holiday weekend, but people should brace themselves for a sudden change to chillier weather.
Forecasters are predicting a predominantly sunny weekend in Norfolk - but people are being warned to expect some heavy showers.
April is on course to break sunshine records across East Anglia though the coronavirus lockdown means households have been locked away behind closed doors unable to fully enjoy the fine weather.
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