Another fine weekend is expected with plenty of warm sunshine albeit with a cool breeze.
We'll see plenty more warm sunshine this weekend but there'll also be a cool breeze.
Air accident investigators have begun work to find out how a helicopter crashed close to the Norfolk and Suffolk border last night.
As the fog lifts around Gillingham near Beccles, the crash site can be seen from the Norwich to Lowestoft Road, the A146.
Air accident investigators are at the scene of the crash, examining the area.
The helicopter came down in the field close to the well known McDonalds roundabout.
Wreckage of the Agusta Westland AW139 helicopter which came down at Gillingham close to the Norfolk and Suffolk border.
Norfolk police were only able to carry out a limited search last night because of thick fog in the area.
More detailed forensic investigations will be carried out today as Air investigators examine the scene.
As the fog lifts around Gillingham, ITV News Anglia cameraman Sean Cockrell has sent back one of the first pictures of the crash site.
Four people died when the helicopter came down at around 7.30pm last night.
Councillors in Cambridgeshire have voted to move forward with a controversial plan to build up to 9,000 homes near Waterbeach in Cambridgeshire.
Campaigners argued the development around the former army barracks site would destroy the countryside and put a strain on local services and roads.
But South Cambridgeshire District Council says it would provide much needed housing and is part of a local plan designed to meet growing demand in the area.
The vote means the proposals will go to the next stage of the planning process.
A man has been charged with the murder of his four year old daughter in Hatfield.
30-year-old Carl Wheatley is charged with murdering Alexa-Marie at their home address in Queen Bee Court.
Alexa-Marie died at Lister Hospital after police had been called to the house at 9.36am on March 12th.
A post mortem examination into the death of the 4-year old will take place on Monday 17th March.
Following the death of Alexa-Marie, the mothers side of the family released the following statement through Hertfordshire police.
"We are completely stunned and devastated that our beautiful little girl has been taken so suddenly. She was truly the most gentle, loving, happy and amazing little soul we had the pleasure of knowing. "
Air accident investigation teams has arrived at the scene of last night's helicopter crash at Gillingham near Beccles.
This morning's thick fog has slowed down the progress of the investigations so far.
The fog is not showing any signs of lifting as yet as they arrive at the scene of the crash.
Norfolk police held a press conference earlier. Chief Inspector Stuart Armes has said that only limited investigations took place overnight because of the thick fog.
There are road closures in the area and police are asking drivers to stay away.