Find out when temperatures are set to rise in East Anglia
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Sunshine-lovers will be pleased to know the warm and dry weather is here to stay, find out which day will be the warmest here.
Forecasters are encouraging people in East Anglia to dig out the sun cream this week, as sunshine is set to spread across the region.
Adam Dury from Weatherquest said temperatures could reach 21 or 22C today, as warm air sweeps in from the Mediterranean and over the continent.
Then tomorrow is set to be even warmer, with a burst of hot weather bringing highs of 24 or 25C.
Mr Dury said there would be “a lot of strength in the sun”, and advised locals to apply sun cream if they are planning to spend time outdoors.
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While conditions will remain dry overnight, there may be a some mist and fog around the coast – where a south-easterly breeze will bring slightly cooler temperatures.
Mr Dury added that things will remain warm on Friday, with the mercury once again hitting 21 or 22C.
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The weather will also remain pleasant over the weekend, with temperatures ranging from 19 to 21C.
However the warm conditions may spark a few heavy showers – perhaps even thunderstorms – on Sunday, before things start to cool down at the start of next week.
This will be the first time temperatures in the region have risen above 20C for a sustained period since East Anglia enjoyed a bright spell in October last year.