After a rather cloudy morning with some rain or drizzle at times, it will brighten up during the afternoon, but with further showers likely.
The warm conditions on Saturday afternoon triggered a series of thunderstorms and heavy downpours in some parts of the Anglia region.
Some very lively weather hit parts of the region over the weekend. Here are some of your pictures.
Norfolk Fire and Rescue Service has been dealing with a number of flooding incidents in the county as a result of heavy rainfall.
Since just after 3pm today it has received 50 plus calls with the majority from the Ormesby St Margaret and Hemsby areas.
Norfolk Fire and Rescue Service has the following advice in flooding situations:
- Do not compromise your own personal safety or the safety of others
- Don’t drive or wade into flood water if at all possible, especially if it is fast flowing
- If you really can’t find a different route to drive round the flood, walk across first to check for depth
- If you absolutely have to enter flood water, don’t go deeper than the tops of your wellies, and use a pole to probe for holes in front of you
- Have a mobile phone with you, check the signal, and know exactly where you are – when you get stuck, we will need to be able to find you
- Be patient – these are flash floods, which will subside quickly; you could just wait a bit and see if the water level is dropping
Torrential downpours and thunderstorms are currently tracking across Northamptonshire and into Cambridgeshire and Norfolk, heading north east towards The Wash.
Areas on the rainfall radar map coloured white indicate rainfall rates of more than 32 mm per hour.
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Woburn in Bedfordshire has seen more than a week's worth of rain in torrential downpours in the early hours of Saturday morning.
In the three hours to 4am there was 17.2 mm (0.7 inches) of rainfall in Woburn - 10 mm (0.4 inches) of that fell within one hour.
It represents one third of the rain that falls in a normal June in Woburn - the long-term average monthly rainfall at the site is 53 mm (2.1 inches).
It brings the monthly total so far in June 2014 at Woburn to 29 mm which is more than most other sites in the Anglia region.
For instance, Norwich has had only 5 mm of rain so far this month with 7 mm in Writtle, Essex and 8 mm in Cavendish, Suffolk.
The rainfall total averaged across the Anglia region for June so far is 18 mm which is 25% lower than normal for the month.
The Met Office have warned of scattered heavy, thundery showers developing across parts of northern England this afternoon and then extending down into the northeast Midlands and western parts of the Anglia region this evening. There is a risk of localised surface water flooding.
According to the Chief Meteorologist:
"As is usual in such situations, rainfall amounts will vary considerably across the area. Some spots could possibly have over 20 mm of rain falling in less than an hour and very locally 30-40 mm in 3 hours, whilst many other places will miss the worst."
Temperatures have already reached 23°C at midday in Charsfield in Suffolk and Writtle in Essex and the mercury will continue to rise during the next few hours. It will feel more humid today than yesterday, despite additional cloud.
The warm weather peaks today. Following heavy showers for some overnight, the weekend will feel much cooler and fresher.