More heavy rain and the "odd rumble of thunder" is expected to hit Norfolk today. 

According to the Met Office bank holiday Monday will be an unsettled day with most seeing both sunshine and heavy showers. 

A spokesman for the Met Office said Monday will start off mainly dry and bright, but scattered showers will develop throughout the day. 

"The showers will be heavy in place and perhaps with the odd rumble of thunder," the spokesman added.

Monday will feel pleasantly warm during sunny spells with temperatures reaching around 18C. 

It comes as the Met Office issued a thunderstorm warning for most of the county last week.

A flood alert has been issued by the Environment Agency for the Hundred Foot Washes, also known as the Ouse Washes, in Cambridgeshire and Norfolk.

Showers are expected to fade as the night goes on, leaving mostly clear skies overnight. 

Winds are also expected to drop and become cold in rural areas.