East Anglia set to warm up next week as temperatures rise above average

Will the buckets and spades be out again this weekend? Picture: SARAH LUCY BROWN

Will the buckets and spades be out again this weekend? Picture: SARAH LUCY BROWN - Credit: Archant

Spring may have been a long time in coming but it finally appears to have arrived.

Forecasters are predicting that East Anglia is set to shed the winter weather with temperatures hitting highs of 19 or 20C for the middle of next week.

Adam Dury, a forecaster at Norwich based Weatherquest said that temperatures would not rise until Monday at the earliest with temperatures this weekend set to stay at around 14 or 15C.

The west of the region could see heavy showers on Saturday while elsewhere will remain largely dry for the rest of the weekend. The middle of next week – Tuesday into Wednesday – is set to be the warmest part of the week as above average temperatures of up to 20C.

The higher temperatures will come with a downside however as the region could see thunderstorms when the weather starts to break on Thursday into Friday and the weekend.


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