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Parts of Norfolk were hit by torrential rain and hail storms combined with a stunning lightning show on Saturday night.
Hailstones measuring more than 10 mm or half an inch across were recorded at Easton close to Norwich.
The first widespread heavy rain for more than a month has arrived in the Anglia region and is spreading eastwards. It doesn't mean the weekend is an entire washout as the rain will clear away into the North Sea.
It does however herald the arrival of fresher autumnal conditions in contrast to the mild weather of the past few weeks.
Latest rainfall readings in the hour to 1pm on Saturday
- 4.2 mm in Harpenden, Herts
- 3.4 mm in Bedford
- 3.2 mm in Woburn, Beds
- 2.4 mm in Wittering, Cambs
- 2.2 mm in Stowe, Bucks
Northampton had more than 2 mm of rain in the hour up to midday on Saturday, more rain than fell during the previous ten days. The town had only 10 mm of rain during the whole of September.
Latest ITV News reports
We hold onto a good deal of cloud through this evening and overnight. A few bright spells tomorrow, but generally cloudy
A bright but chilly start. Becoming cloudier but most parts staying largely dry