max temp: 17°C
min temp: 10°C
For those hoping to enjoy the May bank holiday weekend outside, make sure to be prepared for changeable weather.
Parts of Suffolk are among the hottest spots in the country today, as temperatures soar way above average for the time of year.
Sun seekers were out in Suffolk’s parks and coastal areas yesterday taking advantage of the unusually high temperatures and sunshine.
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The sun will be smiling down on Suffolk again in the middle of this week – but we will still have to watch out for the traditional April showers.
Sun-seekers could be rewarded with the warmest day of the year so far today as temperatures hit highs of 17C (62.6F).
People across Suffolk and north Essex are living under a haze today as air pollution spikes.
It is a little late for the Bank Holiday weekend but Suffolk is set to see a spell of sunshine this week – and the temperature could even soar into the low 20s.
Suffolk is set for a dry week ahead before turning unsettled on Friday.
Despite a wet Good Friday, the weather is expected to be drier over the rest of the Easter weekend, according to East Anglia-based forecasters Weatherquest.