Situated in the East of England, Norfolk is England’s fifth largest ceremonial county, spanning 2,074 square miles.  The climate in the city is humid subtropical pretty much throughout the year with only very small changes in the seasons.  For example, Spring already starts in March (having mild days and cool nights) and then a couple of months later it is pretty hot already.  In fact, by the time real summer arrives the temperature can get up to over 90 °F, with July generally being the hottest month of the year.