Generally dry, with some sunny spells developing on Sunday.
New Norwich City signing Vadis Odjidja-Ofoe says he wants to help the club get back to the Premier League, after joining from Club Brugge.
Most places will stay dry today with some sunshine but there'll be a keen breeze.
Club Brugge midfielder Vadis Odjidja-Ofoe is heading to England for a medical ahead of a potential move to Norwich City, according to reports in Belgium.
It's thought that the 25-year-old said goodbye to his teammates yesterday.
The Canaries will still need to agree personal terms with the player.
Odjidja-Ofoe has a €7million release clause in his Brugge contract, but it's believed that Norwich would pay more around the €5million mark.
The Canaries have also been heavily linked with highly-rated Falkirk winger Conor McGrandles, but could face late competition from Aston Villa.
Meanwhile, Norwich defender Ryan Bennett is set for a spell on the sidelines.
He underwent surgery yesterday on an ankle injury picked up in Saturday's win over local rivals Ipswich Town.
It was a Bank Holiday nightmare for rail passengers - and one that left a hangover this morning as thousands tried to return to work.
Commuters in Peterborough were greeted by dozens of cancellations and hours of delays after overhead cables came down on the East Coast main line yesterday.
Passengers heading into London King's Cross last night and today endured long waits on crowded platforms and, for those that did get a train, it was a very cramped journey, as Matthew Hudson reports.
We can all sing along to Baker Street, Electric Avenue, Route 66 and, of course, The Beatles' Penny Lane.
But what about The B1159?
Well, the winding Norfolk coastal route, linking Cromer to Caister-on-sea, has become the latest road to inspire a song.
It has been written by Philip Pearson, from the band Addison's Uncle, who was inspired by the scenic route during journeys with his father back to Norfolk after visiting relatives in Nottingham.
Philip said the rather-long detour used to drive him mad.
– The B1159, Addison's Uncle.
"Sure, there may be faster routes that could take half the time. The kids have almost gone insane. The wife and I don't mind. Gonna drive this old Sierra down the B1159."
Natalie Gray headed up to north Norfolk to meet the band.
Police were searching an area round the River Wensum in the centre of Norwich this afternoon after a man was assaulted.
He suffered injuries to his head and hand in the attack and was taken to hospital.
Police called in their helicopter to help in the search.
So far, no one has been arrested.
A woman was left with serious injuries after being bitten by a dog in Aylsham.
The attack happened on Monday August 11 at about 10am when the victim, a woman in her mid-60s, was walking her dog next to the park, locally known as The Cage, near to Mileham Drive and Marriott's Way.
The victim’s dog was attacked by a Staffordshire bull terrier, one of two dogs being walked by a young girl.
The woman intervened and suffered several serious injuries to her hands.
Investigating officer, PC Pauline Gray, said: "The young girl walking the dogs was very distressed by what happened and stated she was walking the dogs for their owners.
"Unfortunately no details were exchanged and we’re keen to hear from anyone who may have witnessed the incident or has information concerning the owners.
"The victim was bitten several times causing injuries to her hand which will require further hospital treatment.”
Police are appealing for witnesses.
Network Rail has apologised for its "dreadful performance" after commuters in the Anglia region faced two days of disruption, delays and cancellations.
The company, which is responsible for the country's rail infrastructure, agreed things had gone "badly wrong" on both the East Coast and Great Eastern mainlines.
On the Norwich to London line, passengers continue to experience problems due to over-running engineering works.
But Robin Gisby, managing director of Network Rail's network operations, said he did "not yet have a cause" for the issues on the East Coast line between Peterborough and Huntingdon where over-head powerlines came down and blocked the line.
Those problems began on Bank Holiday Monday and continued to cause disruption on Tuesday.
Mr Gisby called it an "appalling incident".
Click below to see his apology to passengers in Suffolk.
Rail services from Ipswich to Stowmarket, Woodbridge and Felixstowe have been suspended for the rest of the day.
Passengers first began experiencing problems this morning due to over-running engineering works.
It has affected the Great Eastern mainline from Norwich to London as well as rural services in Suffolk, and between Ipswich and Cambridge.
Some bus services are accepting tickets and there are a limited number of replacement buses on the Ipswich-to-Woodbridge rail route.