Weather forecast - Monday 23 January 2017
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Very Light Breeze
West South West
wind gusts 18.6 mph
The sun will be shining in the morning with some high clouds. The sky will be cloudy during the second half of the day and the sun will have trouble breaking through.
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Situated in the east of England, Norwich is the county town of Norfolk. Norwich has a temperate and changeable climate and is known for its warm summer weather. October and November are generally the wettest months and the driest months are between February and April. The coldest months are December, January and February with brief, snowy periods. Minimum temperatures are around 1°C and maximum temperatures around 8°C. Summers are fairly warm with an average temperature of 22°C.
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Situated on the River Wensum in the county of Norfolk in East of England, Norwich has a population of almost 200,000. The city has several important museums including the Norwich Castle Museum, the Bridewell Museum, and Dragon Hall. Other important sites are the Norwich Cathedral, the Cow Tower, and Elm Hill, which is an intact medieval street. Norwich has a temperate maritime climate. Rainfall is spread throughout the year with an annual average of 660mm. Average high temperatures in the summer are between 18 and 21°C. In the winter, the average high temperature is around 1 to 2°C, and lows usually stay above 0°C.