Grey and rainy but Suffolk set to dodge torrential downpours

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Although Suffolk is set to endure a largely wet, grey and overcast day today, the county is likely to dodge the torrential downpours that have brought chaos to other parts of the UK over the festive period.

Adam Dury, forecaster from Norwich-based Weatherquest, said despite drizzly rain and temperatures of up to 14C as warmer air pushes up from the south today, by contrast the area would see a dry and sunny day tomorrow with temperatures around 12C.

“We will definitely not be seeing anything like they have been getting further north over the higher ground,” Mr Dury said.

“We’re just going to get a some biggish puddles but there will certainly be no flooding risk anywhere in East Anglia.”

He said the current weather front would gradually move northwards overnight tonight to give a dry and sunny day tomorrow.


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“Tomorrow is going to feel a little bit fresher than we have seen recently but we could still get highs of 11C or 12c so it will still be unseasonably mild for this time of year, but not quite as mild as in recent weeks,” he added.

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