max temp: 20°C
min temp: 13°C
Temperatures could soar up to 28C (82.4F) this Bank Holiday weekend, but forecasters have warned of a risk of thunderstorms.
Bank Holiday revellers in Suffolk and north Essex will bask in temperatures far warmer than the average for May this weekend, forecasters believe.
Suffolk and Essex have been bathing in glorious sunshine today as the hottest temperatures of the year were recorded.
Suffolk and Essex saw rainfall in April drop by almost 70 percent compared to last year - causing devastating effects to wildlife and increasing the chances of fires catching and spreading.
Are the roads and railways clear and will you need a coat or your sunglasses at Ipswich Town’s final Portman Road game of the season?
From long spells of warm sunshine to late April showers, Suffolk and Essex residents can expect changeable weather over the May Day Bank Holiday weekend.
Just a few short weeks after temperatures soared to 24°C in Suffolk on April 9, rapidly-changing weather conditions saw a number of snap hail storms batter Suffolk this afternoon.
Parts of East Anglia may see some wintery showers later this afternoon as the end of April takes a turn for the cooler.
A cloud of uncertainty will overshadow weather in Suffolk this week, with temperatures hovering below average and spring showers on the way.
Suffolk and Essex runners are bracing themselves for the 37th London Marathon this morning.
Shot from the top of an ancient monument these stunning pictures and time lapse video show the sun setting over Thetford.
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