The pollen forecast is moderate for the East of England for Friday although it will fall to low on Saturday before rising again to moderate on Sunday.
Tree pollen is the main irritant at the moment but the grass pollen season is beginning to kick in.
Pollen levels in the Anglia region are forecast to be moderate on Thursday and Friday but falling to low on Saturday.
Today: Dry with some mist or fog patches at first, but these soon clearing to give a bright morning with sunny spells. Turning a little cloudier in the west later. Light winds. Maximum temperature 21 deg C (70 deg F).
Tonight: Cloud continuing to thicken with mainly light rain moving into the west by midnight and all parts by dawn, by which time it will be rather patchy. Minimum temperature 7 deg C (45 deg F).
Tomorrow: After a cloudy start with patchy rain drier brighter conditions will move across the area from the west to leave a dry afternoon with sunny spells. Less warm than recently. Maximum temperature 17 deg C (63 deg F).
Outlook for Friday to Sunday: Dry at first Friday, turning breezy with rain later. Cloudy with some rain at first Saturday, sunshine and isolated showers later. Sunny periods and perhaps the odd shower on Sunday.
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Emergency services are door-knocking 30 homes at Hemsby in Norfolk and offering residents temporary refuge until the high tide subsides.
Great Yarmouth Council says it is an advisory evacuation to a rest centre which has been opened at Hemsby Village Hall.
It comes are more empty properties on the clifftop at Hemsby were claimed by stormy seas.
"This is a purely precautionary measure, taken in light of the risk posed through further loss of cliff material to the privately-owned clifftop vehicular access road to The Marrams.
"Officials will continue to monitor the road and incoming tide throughout the evening. Tonight’s high tide is expected to be higher than yesterday’s, due to the weather conditions.
"The public are reminded to stay away from the area to the east of The Marrams road, The Marrams road itself and the beach directly below the cliffs, as these areas remain dangerous.
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