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Norfolk records freezing temperatures as Storm Debi nears

The East region experienced the coldest night of the winter so far, with Marham recording an overnight temperature of -2.4 degrees Celsius on Saturday night. This record low was previously held by Santon Downham in Suffolk. Additionally, Storm Debi is expected to hit parts of Ireland and South Scotland on Monday and could have an impact on the region, bringing southwesterly winds with gusts between 40mph and 50mph from mid-morning through to early evening. On Monday morning, widespread rain is expected, with heavier rain and possible thunderstorms as the day progresses.

Meteorologist Dan Holley shared this information and also highlighted the forecast from the Met Office, which shows that temperatures in the county for the week will be between 10 and 14 degrees Celsius. Holley also mentioned that there will be patchy rain on Sunday, which will be replaced by more widespread and heavier rain during the early hours of Monday and into Monday morning, followed by squally showers in the second half of Monday morning. Between now and midday Monday, accumulations of 5-15mm of rain are likely fairly widely, with some areas experiencing locally 20-25mm.

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