max temp: 10°C
min temp: 9°C
Flood alerts are in place in several coastal areas in Suffolk and north-east Essex as high spring tides affect low-lying parts of the country.
Suffolk has basked in scorching temperatures during the hottest September week for decades – but fresher, cooler weather is on its way.
Animals across Suffolk have been enjoying the unseasonably hot weather, but some will be pleased to hear rain is on the way.
It’s time to grab the sun cream and a hat as Suffolk is enjoying a September scorcher - with temperatures reaching 25C (77F) in the west of the county today.
Long hot days and a lack of rain has led to some of the region’s businesses experiencing some of their best summers on record.
With the school summer holidays drawing to an end East Anglia’s tourist hotspots are gearing up for bumper crowds looking to make the most of the bank holiday weekend.
Suffolk is set for a scorcher of a week as temperatures are set to soar to 30C (86F).
Suffolk is enjoying some beautiful summer weather.
A wildfire warning has been issued for East Anglia by the Met Office ahead of warmer temperatures expected at the end of the week.
It may look like an apocalyptic scene from a disaster movie, but these dramatic images are of Suffolk’s stormy skies.
Funnel clouds and waterspouts have been spotted in Suffolk this weekend.
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