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Coastal weather is never quite as predicable as inland weather. The Norfolk coastal area often has different weather from that forecast for the mainland.
This is probably due to the long curving coastline, the uninterrupted terrain, and the offshore winds.
It can change very quickly. Forecasts are usually accurate in terms of the weather pattern, but often the timing is inaccurate, you frequently get yesterdays or tomorrows weather.
Sometimes storms head out to sea, have a change of heart, and head back inland. Snow is rare in this region due to the proximity of the sea, but is not unknown, in 1995 the Sheringham promenade had a good covering.
In spring and early summer clear blue skies are frequent, and the locals say that the early season is often better than the high season for walking and outdoor pursuits. The main tourist season (mid July to mid September) often brings hot sunny days on which to enjoy the numerous activities.
On mild sunny days in the early summer you will occasionally encounter a strange fog that blows in from the sea, mainly in Sheringham and the West Runton basin, this is really pretty but can be a little disconcerting when you don't expect it!
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