Heavy showers with hail and thunder are crossing the Anglia region on Friday afternoon.
The region has already had a soaking this summer with a wet July followed by 50% more rain than normal during the first part of August.
- The rainfall radar video below shows the areas in the Anglia region affected by the thunderstorms
Two men have denied murdering a 26-year-old who was attacked inside a Morrisons supermarket in Norfolk
Nick Singh, also known as Nick Rogers, was allegedly assaulted inside the store at Wymondham, near Norwich on Monday 17 July and died in hospital the following day.
Lee Monk, 19, and his uncle John Monk, 43, appeared by videolink at Norwich Crown Court charged with Mr Rogers's murder. Their trial is due to take place in December.
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Officers are reminding people in Norfolk to be vigilant following a further cold caller incident.
The victim was rung by a man claiming to be a "DCI Jack Wells" from Scotland Yard who demanded she withdraw a large amount of cash from banks in Acle and Wroxham.
The man said someone would come and meet her afterwards to collect the money.
The warning comes after previous calls received by a number of residents in the Norwich, Great Yarmouth, Gorleston and Potter Heigham areas.
Police are urging members of the public to be vigilant when dealing with cold callers and that genuine police officers/staff would never approach anyone in this manner or ask them to withdraw money.
Suffolk twins Matthew and Sebastian Bowkis scored exactly the same A level results.
The 19-year-olds, who go to King Edward VI School in Bury St Edmunds both got A in Maths and Physics and a B in Chemistry.
They're going to Bristol University to study Physics and Astro Physics.
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