Summer finally arrives in Suffolk this weekend – but prepare for storms next week

Val and Stan Bird enjoy an ice cream at Aldeburgh beach Picture: SARAH LUCY BROWN

Val and Stan Bird enjoy an ice cream at Aldeburgh beach Picture: SARAH LUCY BROWN - Credit: Archant

Suffolk looks set to bask in warm weather this weekend.

A cloudy start to Saturday will break up to make way for sunnier skies and warm temperatures - getting up to 24C in the west of the county.

Coastal areas are likely to be cooler, thanks to a light onshore breeze.

Temperatures get reach as high as 27C on Sunday.

Met Office weather warnings for thunder and sudden rain showers are in place for Monday and Tuesday.


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A yellow weather warning is in place in Suffolk and Essex for 48 hours from Monday.

The warning means a chance of power cuts to homes and businesses, as well as a chance of flash flooding and road closures.

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