Norfolk and Suffolk are set to be hit by up to 70mph winds tomorrow.
New Year celebrations will be able to kick off in style as forecasters predict good weather with some sunny spells.
Heavy rainfall has sparked flood alerts for the rivers Bure, Ant, Thurne, Waveney and Yare.
Parts of the region have been told to brace themselves for flooding, with a number of alerts from the Environment Agency in effect.
Flood warnings remain in place for parts of Norfolk following a blustery few days.
Flood alerts have been issued for large parts of the Norfolk coast and rivers Waveney, Bure Thurne, Ant and Yare.
A weather warning is in place for high winds across East Anglia.
The main provider of rail services in the region has confirmed its fares are set to be hiked in the new year.
People in the East of England have been warned to expect icy conditions in the next 24 hours.
Two young kittens were found cowering and left for dead after being dumped in bushes and fly-tipped waste near to a railway line.
A new specialised training centre for the civil engineering and construction sectors will open next month on the site of a former middle school.
Police attended an incident on the A12 north of Darsham where a large Asda lorry has come off the road.
A person was taken to hospital after a car careered off the road following a three-vehicle collision.
Brazen thieves smashed down the door of a town centre store to steal over £100, just days before the shop closes for good.
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