The Suffolk coast has been hit by fresh winds today as temperatures on the beaches stay cool.
Sunseekers were out in force again today in Suffolk to make the most of soaring September temperatures, some of the warmest weather in the UK.
People and families in Suffolk were making the most of the late summer sunshine in the county’s beauty spots on Monday - with the mercury set to rise again throughout this week in a mini-heatwave.
Forecasters say this weekend’s warm weather is set to continue – with two more days of soaring temperatures in Suffolk.
Temperatures are set to reach up to 29C in Suffolk over the next few days as warm air sweeps north from the Mediterranean.
Temperatures are likely to soar this weekend with highs of around 24C expected on Sunday - and it could be even warmer next week.
The Met Office has announced the names of its winter storms across the UK and Ireland in 2020/21 following a cold and wet bank holiday weekend.
Suffolk is set for a sunny and pleasant end to the bank holiday weekend – but forecasters have warned winds could be high on the coast.
The Met Office has issued a yellow weather warning for thunderstorms in the east of England.
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