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East Anglia has enjoyed the joint hottest day of the year so far - with temperatures reaching more than 30C (86F).
Parts of Suffolk and Essex could see finally see rain this afternoon as forecasters say there is potential for isolated heavy showers across the region.
Hopes that the cooler weather will bring rain to the area today were dashed by forecasters.
Pressure on water supplies is set to increase after a decision to slash the amount of water being diverted into Essex by almost 60 million litres a day.
Suffolk is braced for another two days of scorching temperatures as forecasters predict highs of up to 31C for our region.
Weather experts are predicting another sweltering weekend for people in Suffolk and north Essex as the heat wave continues.
Sweltering temperatures are set to hit Suffolk today as forecasters say the mercury could hit 30C.
The scorching weather is set to continue for the next two weeks according to forecasters - with temperatures set to reach close to 30C at the weekend.
As forecasters warn of another hot week in Suffolk, Greater Anglia have revealed they are working with Network Rail to reduce delays caused by rising temperatures.
Firefighters in Suffolk are warning people to take precautions to prevent further wildfires as we enjoy another warm and dry weekend.
We have just had the driest June on record with just 10% of the average rainfall, leading to some concerns about the threat of a hosepipe ban in East Anglia.
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