max temp: 20°C
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Conditions in our region have been less than summery in the past few days with high levels of cloud and some showers.
The weather forecast for the Bank Holiday weekend looks set to be mostly fine and dry for Suffolk and parts of Essex.
A long-range weather forecaster is predicting another bank holiday scorcher - which could see temperatures in Suffolk and Essex top 30C.
A bright start to the weekend’s weather looks set to be replaced by falling temperatures and rain this evening.
Forecasters have warned there is “a lot of uncertainty” for the weekend’s weather outlook – with the biggest chance of showers coming when two major outdoor events are to take place.
The heatwave that brought record-breaking temperatures to Suffolk and Essex is being replaced by “fresher” conditions today - though inland areas could still see highs of 21C.
The glorious weather across Suffolk and North East Essex was due to continue today with temperatures in some places reaching 26C degrees (75F).
Suffolk luxuriated in some of the hottest temperatures in the country as previous records were smashed for the early May bank holiday Monday.
The region is set to enjoy some of the warmest May temperatures in 40 years – with today’s bank holiday forecast to be the hottest since records began.
Reach for the sunscreen, unpack your swimming costume and get ready for what is “almost guaranteed” to be the hottest bank holiday on record.
Suffolk County Council’s highways team has said it has learned lessons from a busy winter which has had a significant impact on the county’s roads.
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