max temp: 12°C
min temp: 8°C
Suffolk and Essex runners are bracing themselves for the 37th London Marathon this morning.
Shot from the top of an ancient monument these stunning pictures and time lapse video show the sun setting over Thetford.
Will it be T-shirt and shorts weather or is a raincoat required for Good Friday, Saturday, Easter Sunday and Easter Monday?
Temperatures soared across Suffolk and Essex today to more than 10°C above the seasonal average.
Suffolk and Essex are set for the warmest weekend of the year with temperatures expected to reach a balmy 21C (70F) on Sunday.
East Anglia basked in its hottest March since 1938 last month – with temperatures reaching 20.7C in some parts of the region.
Temperatures soared to highs of almost 21C (70F) in parts of Suffolk today, but the weather is set to take a turn for the worse during parts of the weekend.
Families have been taking advantage of the fine spring weather to get out and about and celebrate Mothering Sunday in the sunshine.
An early lamb bouncing through the fields at Nowton Park and the first sign of their famous daffodils are a sure sign spring is on its way.
Should you wrap up warm, take a raincoat or set off early to catch a replacement bus?
Strong winds and high tides may cause flooding across the region’s coastal areas tonight, it has been warned.
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