Red Arrows to fly over parts of West Norfolk tomorrow
The world-famous Red Arrows will be flying over parts of West Norfolk today so keep your eyes to the skies and you should spot them (clouds allowing).
The RAF display team was due to leave their airbase in Scampton, Lincolnshire, at 12.40pm today.
The team is flying to an airshow in Folkestone in Kent.
The team is due to go over The Wash close to Skegness at 12.49 and should be over the vicinity of Holkham very shortly afterwards. The planes then head south to fly over Fakenham towards Dereham. They are timed to be over Shipdham at 12.53.
On the return journey flightplan they are timed to be 'North-East of Stanhoe' at 7.31pm arriving back at RAF Scampton at 7.40.
The weather forecast is for sunshine and showers ... here's hoping for a break in the clouds.