A selection of stunning images of the weather in the Anglia region.
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Or tweet and @ChrisPage90 @WeatherAisling A sunflower under grey skies on Friday 28th August Credit: David Bradley Martham Broad on the last day of Summer 2020 Credit: Ian Richardson Misty grey skies over the Fens on Friday 28th August Credit: David Bradley Grey skies over Great Chesterford on Friday 28th August Credit: Joanne Joyce Cloudy over Martlesham Creek on Friday 28th August Credit: Paul Coates Sunrise on Thursday 7th of August across the Anglia region Credit: Keith Lummis Cirrus cloud over a field in Cambridge on Thursday 27th August Credit: Chris Mitchell Sunrise over Waterbeach on Thursday 27th August Credit: John Challis Sunrise on Thursday 27th August across the Anglia region Credit: Lou Ambrose Grey skies over a field of sunflowers on Thursday 27th of August Credit: David Bradley Cloudy storm clouds over Bourne Lincolnshire Credit: Jay Saywell Sunny spells in Sudbury Credit: Bill Haskett A tree down in Hunsbarrow Road, Northamptonshire Credit: Mr. Magoo Lightning during the early hours of Friday 21st August Credit: Kevin Dack Grey skies over Cambridge on Friday 21st August Credit: Chris Mitchell A kite surfer at Clacton-on-Sea on Friday 21st August Credit: Craig Williams Cirrus unicus and cirrus spissatus in Bedfield on Friday 21st August Credit: Val Rozier Sunrise over the Fens on Friday 21st of August Credit: David Bradley Cirrus unicus clouds in Martlesham, Suffolk Credit: Paul Coates Cumulus clouds over a field in Cambridgeshire on Thursday 20th July Credit: Chris Mitchell Blue skies over Barton Broad on Thursday 20th July Credit: Geoff Norman Cirrus clouds over a field in Graveley on Thursday 20th July Credit: Carla Sears A sunflower in Lowestoft on Thursday 20th July Credit: Julie Neal Washing blowing in the wind in Ramsey St Mary on Thursday 20th July Credit: Chris Mitchell Sunny spells over a field in Putteridgebury on Thursday 20th July Credit: Lisa Shepherd Cirrus clouds from Jimmy's Farm in the Anglia Region Credit: Gary Collier Cloudy Skies over Southwold on the 18th August 2020 Credit: Dawn Ahmed River Waveney, Suffolk at Sunrise on 18th August 2020 Credit: @TintininEssex on Twitter Sunset over Acle, Norfolk on the 17th August 2020 Credit: Trevor Preece A view of a storm in Suffolk Storm on 17th August 2020 Credit: Rosiemarie Jessop Claton Pier during a Thunderstorm on 16th August 2020 Credit: @JonAllard5 on Twitter Thunderstorm over Chelmsford 13th August 2020 Credit: Rachael Rackham Sunshine over a recently harvested field near Brundall, Norfolk Credit: Mark Miller Partly Cloudy Skies at sunrise over Yaxley on 12th August 2020 Credit: David Bradley A misty sunrise in Wetherden on 11 August 2020 Credit: Louise Ambrose Reflections of a setting sun near Downham Market in Norfolk on Monday 17 August 2020 Credit: Alison Blair Sunny skies at Houghton in Cambridgeshire on Monday 17 August 2020 Credit: Martin Casey Lightning in Chelmsford as the thunderstorms arrive in Essex on Thursday 13 August 2020 Credit: Rachael Rackham After the rain in Great Chesterford in Essex on Friday 14 August 2020 Credit: Jo Joyce A pigeon perching in the pouring rain in Cambridgeshire on Thursday 13 August 2020 Credit: Dave Bradley Sunrise at Trimley in Suffolk as the heatwaves continues on Thursday 13 August 2020 Credit: Jan Baker A hare pops up on a misty morning during the August 2020 heatwave in Harleston, Norfolk Credit: Edward Russell Tips for taking weather pictures
When taking a picture to be used on one of our weather forecasts, don't forget to make them landscape - rather than portrait - as this fits the screen better;
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