Yellow alert weather warning remains in place for West Norfolk
The yellow alert issued by the Met Office earlier this week remains in place for at least part of West Norfolk.
Heavy rain is forecast from lunchtime today as Britain is delivered a far-from-flaming June.
The yellow alert for today and tomorrow mainly covers Lincolnshire and the Midlands but creeps over the Norfolk border to cover Lynn and Downham Market.
It signifies a risk of minor flooding and road disruption.
The weather is due to improve somewhat tomorrow with even the promise of some sun between the showers.
This weekend will be a mixed bag for many, according to the Met Office, with a risk of heavy, thundery showers in the east or southeast at first, moving west. But temperatures are still around normal for the time of year.
Bookmaker Corals have made this month 4-1 on, to be the wettest June on record.