Gallery: Delightful Nowton Park daffodils herald the arrival of spring
THIS is the indisputable evidence spring has officially arrived in Suffolk.
The beautiful vista of daffodils was captured yesterday at Nowton Park, Bury St Edmunds, a day after the spring equinox.
The momentum into spring is predicted to continue this week with above-average temperatures predicted.
Suffolk residents welcoming the new season will be further boosted this weekend when clocks go forward an hour to mark the start of British Summer Time (BST).
John Law, a forecaster at Norwich-based Weatherquest, said the daffodils’ arrival had been prompted by above-average temperatures in March.
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He said: “We have had a very dry month in March, we have only had one day of rainfall. It’s down to an area of high pressure that’s been over us.”
He added temperatures might dip as we approach the weekend but that conditions would remain dry, with the mercury expected to jump back into double figures next week.
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