Your weather pictures from around the Anglia region July 2020

July 2020

A selection of stunning images of the weather in the Anglia region.

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Sunrise in Setchy near Kings Lynn on Friday 8th August Credit: Roger Findlay

Clear blue skies on the Friday morning 8th of August in Holt Credit: John Jacobs

Popplies in a field of wheat on Friday 8th August Credit: Gilly Taylor

Clear blue skies and a flower on Friday 8th of August Credit: Joanne Joyce

Sunrise on Friday 8th August at Abberton Reservoir Credit: Richard Moss

Just before sunrise at Wroxham on Friday 8th August Credit: Scott Daniels

A bumble bee on a flower in March, Cambridgeshire on Friday 8th August Credit: Natalie Larham

Morning mist over the Fens in Norfolk on Friday 8th August Credit: David Bradley

Just after sunset at St Ives on Thursday evening 7th August Credit: Martin Casey

Sunset along the north Norfolk coast on Thursday 5th of August Credit: David Bradley

Hazy sunshine on Roydon Common near King's Lynn Norfolk on Thursday 6 August 2020 Credit: Jan Brown

Sunset at Sherringham on Thursday 5th August Credit: Julie Smart

Altostratus cloud in north Norfolk on Friday 24th July Credit: David Bradley

Sunny spells in East Anglia on Friday 24th July Credit: John Jacobs

Sunrise at Tubney Fen on Friday 24th July Credit: @glynispierson
Sunny spells in Cambridge on Friday 24th July Credit: Chris Mitchell

Poppies in Boughton, Norfolk on Friday 24th July Credit: Roger Findlay

Cows in Sudbury 23 July 2020 Credit: Bill Hiskett

Southwold Pier on 23rd July 2020 Credit: Rachel Farrow

Cloudy skies over Ely taken by 'Sabre Aviation' on Friday 17th July Credit: Sabre Aviation

Comet Neowise captured in Cranford, Northants by James Wkyes in the early hours on Friday morning 17th July Credit: James Wykes

Altocumulus clouds with poppies in the foreground in a field of crop taken on Friday 17th July Credit: Joanne Joyce

Thin cirrus clouds over Cambridgeshire taken on Friday 17th July Credit: Chris Mitchell

Rainbow over Southwold 12th July Credit: Gary Horner

Cloudy skies over Norwich 15th July Credit: @WalkingTractor on Twitter

A variety of clouds over a calm sea at Brancaster Beach, Kings Lynn on Thursday 14th July Credit: Catherine McAndrew

Cumulus clouds over a field of poppies in Norfolk on Thursday 14th July Credit: Catherine McAndrew

Blue skies over two Cedar Trees in Needham Market, Suffolk on Friday 10th July Credit: Antony Price

Sunshine breaking through after a cloudy morning in Ramsey St Mary, Cambridgeshire on Friday 10th July Credit: Chris Mitchell
A rainbow over Acle Straight, Great Yarmouth on Friday 10th July Credit: Rianne Hayes

Teddy the dog and his reflection talking a walk along a beach in Norfolk on Friday 10th July Credit: David Bradley

The sun glistening over the sea at Winterton on Friday 10th July Credit: Fiona Bailey

Sunny spells over Putteridgebury in Luton on Friday 10th July Lisa Shepherd Credit: Lisa Shepherd

Sunny spells over Wivenhoe, Essex on Friday 10th July Credit: Craig William

Cloud break through on Beeston Beach, Norfolk on Friday 10th July Credit: Jan Brown

Cloudy skies over a field of crop in Cambridgeshire on Thursday 9th July Credit: Chris Mitchell

Cloudy skies over a field in Suffolk taken on Thursday 9th July Credit: Rosemarie Jessop

Grey Skies over Sheringham taken on Thursday 9th July Credit: Jan Brown
Brancaster Church 6th July 2020 Credit: Paul Ovenden
Sunny spells in Sherringham 6th July 2020 Credit: @TRACTORWALKING on Twitter
Noctilucent Clouds over the East of England 6th July 2020 Credit: @OMDAndy67 on Twitter
Sunrise over the Lavender in Heacham 7th July 2020 Credit: Rodger Findlay
Atlostratus over the Fens in a field with Teddy the dog on Friday 3rd July Credit: David Bradley
Blue skies over boats at Woodbridge, Suffolk on Friday 3rd July Credit: @Victorthevole

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