max temp: 21°C
min temp: 13°C
If the weather goes according to forecast this weekend, the advice will be to make the most of tomorrow’s sunshine because thunder and rain could be on the way for Sunday.
The Met Office has issued a yellow warning of “isolated heavy, and possibly severe, thunderstorms” and “some torrential downpours” for tomorrow.
Temperatures across the county soared to 33 degrees Celsius today, making it the hottest day of the year so far.
This week temperatures could rise to a sweltering 33C in East Anglia.
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Temperatures as high as 28 degrees have already been recorded in both counties, with Suffolk predicted to peak at 31.
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There are fears dehydration, heat exhaustion and even heat stroke could put added pressure on heath services this week as temperatures are set to rise to 32C.
Suffolk could be set for its first real spell of prolonged summery weather next week with temperatures set to be nudging 30C (86F).
Thunderstorms have started to hit the region tonight amid warnings of heavy rain and lightning.