Suffolk set for patches of sunshine after a frosty start to the morning
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The day may have started frosty in some parts of the region, but the county is to expect more spring-like temperatures as the day develops.
Areas in the west of the county saw a layer of frost build overnight as the sun struggled to break through the cloud this morning, although there’s no chance of April showers today.
Forecaster Adam Dury from Norwich-based Weatherquest said: “There has been a bit of frost in the west first thing this morning, but it is looking to be a dry day today.
“There will be a bit of cloud cover early on but this should break up later in the day.
“In the sunnier parts of the county there will be highs of 11C or 12C.
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“There is no chance of rain anywhere in the region.”
Temperatures again look set to drop going into Friday, with Mr Dury warning of another frosty start.
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“It will be another frosty one in the west of the region heading in to a mostly dry day.”