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Sunshine is set to pour down on Suffolk this weekend – bringing a summer feel back to the county just in time for one of the biggest sporting events of the year.
Flying from Stansted Airport this winter? Then there’s snow reason to be worried.
Storm Aileen brought 60mph winds to Suffolk and north Essex this week, causing falling trees, blocked roads and homes without power. But what will the weather bring this weekend?
A stunning image of a rainbow arched over Dedham Vale following Storm Aileen has attracted quite an audience on social media.
Drivers are being urged to be extra careful on the roads this morning as Storm Aileen brings gusts of up to 60mph to the region.
Highways chiefs are urging lorry drivers not to use the Orwell Bridge this evening as winds of up to 60mph are expected from Storm Aileen.
Bank holiday sun seekers enjoyed a late summer blast of beautifully warm weather across Suffolk.
East Anglians are set to enjoy record August Bank Holiday temperatures today.
A blast of tropical air which was meant to ensure the east of England basked in higher temperatures has failed to revive an already dwindling British summer, forecasters have said.
A dry start in the region today (August 18) will be followed by heavy showers later in the afternoon.
Signs of summer crept through the storm clouds today after days of downpours and thunderstorms.
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