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Rocketing temperatures have had people seeking the shade in Suffolk today, but few felt the need to keep out the way of large hailstones.
A surge in 999 calls has been reported this week as Suffolk and north Essex continue to bask in scorching temperatures.
Is the heatwave keeping you up at night? Hot and humid weather can make it difficult to sleep but we have put together our top tips to keep you chilled out and on your way to dreamland.
With Suffolk set to bask in temperatures in excess of 30C (86F) again today, it is not just sunbathers who need to cool down.
The region has baked in temperatures in excess of 30C (86F) today, although there is a risk of thunderstorms in Suffolk tomorrow afternoon.
“It’s the best job to have in the sun!” That was the assessment of 25-year-old Southwold surfing instructor Francesca McDaniel yesterday, after enjoying a day on the waves cooling off from the scorching summer sun.
The mercury is expected to hut 27C in Suffolk today and the temperatures will remain high all week, but we could have one or two showers.
It may have been a good weekend weather-wise for Latitude Festival – but that is nothing to what is coming up.
The legend of St Swithin’s Day is one Britain could probably do without.
Tourist attractions in East Anglia are continuing to pull in visitors, despite the glum and unsettled weather.
A beautiful rainbow soared across the sky as the sun broke free from the black clouds on Monday.
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