max temp: 18°C
min temp: 11°C
Suffolk is set to bask in 23 degree sunshine this weekend, with tourism hotspots across the county set to benefit from the early summer weather.
Parts of Suffolk are expected to be hotter than the Spanish island of Ibiza this weekend, with temperatures set to rise to 22 degrees Celsius.
Changeable is the best way to describe the weather this week, with bright sunshine one moment and hail storms the next - but expect warmer days this bank holiday weekend.
Today’s snow showers could be a distant memory by Bank Holiday Monday as forecasters are hopeful of a much warmer holiday – though they warn it is too early to be sure.
You might have thought winter was well and truly over – but it seems nature had other ideas this morning.
Up to 15mm of rain could hit parts of Suffolk today, with the chance of further isolated thunder storms.
Thunderstorms and heavy showers are predicted to hit parts of Suffolk this afternoon.
Systems at Ipswich Hospital were back up and running this morning after a lightning bolt struck the maternity ward during a dramatic storm yesterday.
As the sun first rose into a fiery eastern sky, Simon Talbot-Hurn was one of the first people in England to see it and capture it on camera.
Storms electrified Suffolk skies on Sunday night as lightning bolts struck towns and villages across the region.
Thunder clapped loudly over Suffolk tonight as an electric storm passed overhead.
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