Summer sun to shine on Suffolk this weekend
A TOUCH of summer is set to return to East Anglia tomorrow bringing with it much-needed respite from the heavy rain of recent days.
Clear blue skies will return tomorrow bringing an end to the damp weather which began in September and has continued into the beginning of October.
Joe Osbourne, a forecaster at WeatherQuest, told the East Anglian Daily Times that tomorrow looked set to be a bright, sunny and an “almost summery day”.
Hundreds of Suffolk families are expected to venture to the coast this weekend to bask in the warmer weather, as temperatures rise 4C above the average for this time of year.
Mr Osbourne said: “The weather is set to turn a lot nicer, it is almost like the return of summer and we could see temperatures ranging between 20C and 22C.
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“Friday and Saturday are the warmer temperatures, with dry and sunny conditions in Suffolk.
“After what has been a mainly wet September, the sunshine and dry patch will be welcomed by all – especially by farmers.”
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He later said that conditions would feel breezy and cool at times, but that the sun would continue to shine through until Tuesday.
Meanwhile, conditions today are set to begin with sunshine and a touch of mist, with patches of raining passing over in the evening.
“It will start out relatively dry, with patches of mist – it will remain like this until the afternoon when a few spots of rain can be expected, but this is only a slight blip on the way to the warmer weather,” Mr Osbourne said.
However, he said that it was too early to determine whether the county was going to experience an Indian summer.