Norfolk Weather

Weather forecast - Wednesday 29 March 2017

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Morning
Partly cloudy

12°C

Afternoon
Clear skies

15°C

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Weather forecast Norfolk - Wednesday 29 March 2017

Light Breeze
6 mph

East North East
wind gusts 32.4 mph

  • Precipitation: 0.0mm
  • Hours of sunshine: 11h
  • Minimum temperature: 12°C
  • Maximum temperature: 15°C
Data updated at 04:00

Weather forecast for the following days and for the weekend

Thursday 30

9°C / 12°C

Friday 31

9°C / 20°C

Saturday 1

13°C / 18°C

Sunday 2

8°C / 15°C

Monday 3

8°C / 16°C

Tuesday 4

11°C / 18°C

Wed. 5

12°C / 18°C

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The weather for Norfolk in the United Kingdom

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The climate in Norfolk

Located in Eastern England, Norfolk is a ceremonial and non metropolitan county, sharing borders with Lincolnshire and Cambridgeshire. It is England’s seventh most populous county with a growing population of 850,800 inhabitants. The area attracts numerous tourists due to its rich historical heritage and its National Park status. The seaside resorts and the fine British beaches are also popular destinations. Norwich is the county town and features many attractions such as the Norfolk Cathedral and the Norwich Roman Cathedral. The county is one of the driest of England. Winters are mostly cool with cold winds affecting the area, bringing heavy snowfall. Summers are nice and warm but winds from the Atlantic can make the area cool.